#gregbrown friday works
#gregbrown friday works
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The reasonable man adapts to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore, all progress depends on the unreasonable man.
1. Intuition is your best friend in the backcountry. Be in tune with yourself, your surroundings, and listen to your gut. It will help you stay alive but also succeed in life. Emotional IQ matters.
2. Meditation is powerful tool to maintain balance, reduce stress, be more productive, and live more contently. Thanks for sharing, Gretchen and Chris. I’m going to give it a shot.
3. I’m not always the best skiing partner. I like to ski fast and sometimes I let it get the best of me. In the backcountry you need to stay close to your partner. I need to be a better buddy.
4. Business books aren’t working. Most I’ve read lately feel like common sense disguised by fancy jargon. I’m going back to non-fiction unless anyone’s got some mind-melting recommendations.
5. Personal drones are here and going to be big. They don’t cost a lot and can fly up to 800 feet with a wi-fi connection. Think Instagram in the sky. Humble brags at new heights.
6. Snow is worth fighting for. Not only is sliding down mountains incredibly fun, it’s also social glue. It brings people together and creates lasting friendships More people need to experience it. Particularly, the backcountry. Help us.
Last night’s show was a social media fail of big proportions for people on the West Coast. CBS tape delays the show here (unlike the Oscars and Golden Globes). It meant that much of the show was spoiled for me and others who use social media heavily during TV events. I also had to sit through a lot of bad commercials. Something I’m generally only willing to do during live broadcasts (I watch most of the ads I like on YouTube or Vimeo via my social networks - not on TV). Get with it CBS. Stop fighting the Internet. Give up your tired ratings model. What works today won’t work tomorrow. And tomorrow’s coming fast. Also, don’t cut QOTSA off. Thank you.