Sunday, February 20, 2011

Success as Interpreted by The Greats

Every issue of Esquire comes with a section where they ask famous people their meanings of life. It's one of the most thought provoking but yet profound reads and is the key to many of might thoughts and motives on obtaining ultimate success.

Here are my favorite three from an interview with David Brown.

Producer, interviewed in June 2001 by Cal Fussman.
  1. WORK YOURSELF to death. It's the only way to live.
  2. GOOD HEALTH is beautifully boring.
  3. NEVER BE the first to arrive at a party or the last to go home, and never, ever be both.
Those are some good thoughts to start the week right.


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