I HATE when people tell me I "shouldn't say that." I will say "that." Whatever "that" is
I'm infinitely curious, I may ask you a lot of questions. I'm an information addict, I want to know EVERYTHING
I can't wait to explain to people in 30 years that Michael Jackson was a real person who actually existed. There's just no way they're going to believe me when I tell them that he started off black then turned white, he was the King of Pop and he married the daughter of the King of Rock, he had a detachable nose, he lived in an amusement park, his best friend was a monkey and everyone hated him because they thought he touched little boys, but then he died and everyone loved him again.
I think people who run marathons are people who want more credit for doing the single most boring exercise ever. Jogging with a thousand other people for far too long does not change the fact that you're jogging.
I'm know I'm not the first, but I'm trying something I heard Tim Ferriss mention on some podcast where you try not to complain. If you DO complain, you have follow the complaint up with exploring how you're going to deal with/resolve the thing you're complaining about.
One of my greatest fears is that the future will be amazing, and I'll have contributed nothing to it or, alternatively, that it's terrible and I did nothing to attempt to prevent it.
Copying this from another profile: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-25410883