This is the conversation I want to have with gearheads.

This went from interesting to incredible in a heartbeat.

Episode 318 of The James Altucher show – Paul Mecurio

Long story short:

Working class kid played by the rules, made the right decisions, landed that “good job” (that paid very well)—but discovered he didn’t really like it. He started moonlighting as a stand up comic. He walked away from the money and ended up living in a slum. It couldn’t get any worse.

And then it did. And then it did. And then it did.

And then his dreams came true.

The worst feeling in the world is knowing you don’t fit in where you are—but don’t know where you’re supposed to be.

This is easily one of my all-time favorite podcast episodes.

And it’s the conversation I want to have with gearheads.

Scale back the bullshit and go confidently in the direction of your dreams, friend.

PS: Check out the stock photography Pajero! Wo0t!

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The sounds of sunshine

Matisyahu — Sunshine

Reach for the sky
Keep your eye on the prize
Forever in my mine
You’re my golden sunshine
Fits raining in your mind
So push those clouds aside
Forever by my side
You’re my golden sunshine

Franti —Sunshine

Some days you lose, you win
And the waters as high as the times you’re in
So I jump back into where I learned to swim
Try to keep my head above it as best I can

That’s why here I am
Just waiting for this storm to pass me by
That’s the sound of sunshine coming down
And that’s the sound of sunshine coming down