Living in Prime Time

I was listening to Jerry Clark interview Dr. Denis Waitley today during my walk. He made some comments that were in astonishing alignment with the quote I posted yesterday:

“Many of us spend half our time wishing for things we could have if we didn’t spend half our time wishing.” — Alexander Woollcott 1887 – 1943, Critic and Commentator for The New Yorker magazine

Dr. Waitley said that we need to stop watching Prime Time and live Prime Time. Instead of watching someone get paid millions doing the work they love, whether it’s professional sports, acting or what have you, that we would be better served to go participate in a sport, to eat dinner at an unusual restaurant or cook a new recipe rather than watching a cooking show. Rather than watching the Apprentice get started with your own business or money making endeavor. Sage advice.

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