During my recent trip to Iceland, I woke up a few times and my face was swollen, I could barely see, and I felt a bit like this. It felt good though. I loved it.
This is a recent photo of me and my custom Co-Motion Pangea Co-Pilot touring bicycle in Iceland.
This is me at age 28 in the place where I grew up – Camarillo, California. The building in the background (the new library) wasn’t there when I was a child and the farmland you see behind me is soon to be built over and turned into the city’s new high school.
Camped out in eastern Nevada with my motorcycle. Driving from my condo in Park City, Utah back to my parents’ home in Camarillo, California.
Mark Davidson and I hiked up to the entrance of the Ontario Silver Mine here in Park City found a couple old buildings filled with core samples from the mine. I even found one that looks like it has silver in it. We also found piles and piles of rat shit.
My big read this month was Richard Branson’s autobiography, which is titled: Losing My Virginity: How I Survived, Had Fun, and Made A Fortune Doing Business My Way. The book is basically a play by play account of the larger moments in the entrepreneur’s life and career, but there are some good business lessons hidden throughout as well. I don’t want to reveal here the lessons that I learned from the book, but there were quite a few valuable pieces of information that I pulled from text and am applying in my own life and business at this very moment. If you are an entrepreneur, I highly recommend this book. It’s over 550 pages long, but it’s also a surprisingly quick read.