I titled this, "Asian-American Accountant, Barefoot Business Beast." Other potential titles could be:More
- "How to Start a Shoe Company with $7K, While Working Full-Time."
- "Mental Barriers to Entrepreneurship, & Why They Didn't Stop a Schmuck Like Me"
- and "The Most You Can Learn About Mountain in 30 Minutes." Just kidding. (Kidding about this...
"If you study old forms of martial arts or yoga, you know that there are like horse stance exercises and movements that you perform where you draw the belly button in, and, strange as this sounds, you pull the anus up in. So you have like a going down and going up effect that I believe they call a 'root lock.' Because it's the center, the true core of your body, and you're locking it in by activating the pelvis basin."
"Shit...I'm going to die in a fire."Thanh pointed out, "You have wet mud all over so you probably won't burn right away." Pretty reassuring, actually. Piled no more than one foot tall, no more than two feet wide, was a row of burning wood. It clearly wasn't made to be a substantial obstacle. Just a last "haroo!" that made for a great photo opp as you jumped through fire like an action hero. Any other day, it should have barely...
My friend Andrew Rademacher of Leming Footwear asked on his company's facebook page: Have you managed to convert anyone to minimalism? Or have you just been met with a wall of rejection? It seems like everyone anti-minimalism goes to a convention together because every reasoning always ends up with "We were not meant to run on hard surfaces." More