There is one thing in life that captivated us as children, continued to pique our interest as teenagers, shaped our young adult lives, and in a lot of ways defines a large portion of who we are in middle age…
No matter what stage of life we happen to be in, it is universal knowledge that we all love a good story…
Stories tend to humanize their subjects and allow for reflection, discussion and debate over the tales that are told, and a solid story will almost always have some sort of underlying lesson that we can all learn from.
The beautiful part of stories is that the only way to acquire them 1st hand is by living our lives and accumulating experiences…
In a way, writing the Daily Hustle is kinda like telling a story 5 days a week… This of course constantly has me searching for things to write and podcast about on a regular basis. In my constant quest for new experiences come new stories and there is nothing more rewarding than sharing them…
On that note, I would be remiss if I didn’t share one of my favorite stories told by Nick Nolte to Eddie Murphy in 48 hours:
“Hey Jack, can you tell me a story?”
“That’s my favorite!”
You see, even the simplest stories can be incredibly impactful. 👊
P.S. Have you hopped on a Team GoHard Foot Reflexology Board yet?