After a barrage of holiday encounters with friends and acquaintances, the question “so what do you do?” starts to sound silly. The older I get, the less willing I am to spend time engaging in smalltalk. After all, isn’t it mostly just about comparisons and “keeping up with the Joneses?” […]
Whether or not you’re a Bronco’s fan, or just a football fan, you’ve probably heard of Tim Tebow‘s “Tebowing.” After a successful touchdown, he’ll put his elbow to his knee, fist to forehead, and take a specially postured moment to thank God. We’re all are familiar with how sports takes […]
A British couple has discovered the uncanny likeness of Kate Middleton, prince William’s bride to be, in an orange colored mango jellybean they almost ate. It’s another one of these stories that captures the world’s imagination. The tiny image is so accurate and compelling that it seems nothing short of […]
Recently the 26 year old Rutgers graduate and prankster “journalist” James O’Keefe has been in the news for masterminding a damning hidden camera taping of Ron Schiller, the now former director of NPR. The sting operation, and subsequent manipulation of the tape, produced a video document which made Schiller look […]
The National Enquirer is reporting that Steve Jobs, the genius tech guru and CEO of Apple, has only approximately six weeks to live. Many people are dubious of stories that appear in The Enquirer, but in fact their reporting tends to have some validity. I’ve found that often times they […]
Paul examines one of his own shortcomings and suggests that taking ownership of our mistakes is a critical step on the path to a more fulfiulling life.
Paul emphasizes the power of adopting a FULL FORCE ATTITUDE with everything you do in life. Killin’ It is wireless motivation for a new generation.
Paul discusses his appreciation of moderate drinking. Liquor is a nice vice, but you have to know how much of a thing you can do before it starts to do you.
Paul explains why sometimes, when a storm is brewing around you, you have to simply open up and let it come in.
Paul demonstrates the simple mental exercise of renaming everyday objects. Forcing yourself to do this is not only fun, but the drill actually exercises the parts of your brain that you need to stay creatively fit. Join Paul in discovering that a toothbrush is a dental guitar, and much more. […]