can do anything
"Rock star is my backup plan."
"Advertising is like poetry. It's about making new things familiar and familiar things new."
"I failed my way to success. - Thomas Edison"
"I live for making things"
"You can go further, both within and without, and don't waste a minute!"
"How you gonna save the world when the world ain’t ready? - Ted Leo"
"Stop planning and start executing."
"What we do in life echoes in eternity."
"All I want to be is someone that makes new things and thinks about them."
"The question isn't 'what are we going to do,' the question is 'what aren't we going to do?' - Ferris Bueller"
"You're gonna have to serve somebody, yes indeed - Bob Dylan"
"Ecommerce is becoming distributed, just like content."
"Flying is learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss. - Douglas Adams"
"No guts, no glory"
"I love to create, collaborate and cook. Contact me to brainstorm bits or (small) bites."
"When you are not afraid [to] be breaking some rules [or not be] fulfilling someone's expectations, what more enlightenment do you want? - Khyentse Norbu"
"There is no substitute for hard work. - Thomas A. Edison"
"Luck is when preparation meets
"New York is simultaneously the best and worst of everything. Being successful here is finding all of the best parts."
"It's more fun to be a pirate than to join the Navy. - Steve Jobs"
""I make things happen, and love every minute of it."
"When you come to a fork in the road, take it. - Yogi Berra"
"If the world is a dark place, make it your business to build fires. That, and winning."
"Trying to make the world a little more viral."
"Shake and bake."
"You're Only Supposed to Blow the Bloody Doors Off! - thanks Michael Caine."
"Our march to freedom is irreversible. We must not allow fear to stand in our way. - Mandela"
"When you hit a wall, just kick it in. - Patti Smith"
"'Make every day count' - from the countdown clocks of the Bloomberg Administration. Today is 307 Days."
"If you love anything you have the capacity to love everything."
"You know, the Greeks didn't write obituaries. They only asked one question after a man died: 'Did he have passion?'"
"Your smile is a messenger of your good will. - Dale Carnegie"