“Why the ‘galactic surfer’ reference?” you ask.
Let’s start with the ‘surfer’ part, as the story is chronological.
Why the 'surfer' reference?
“Why the ‘surfer’ reference?” you ask.
Well, simply really.
I am passionate about the sport of surfing.
Riding leading-tech revolutionary new designs in particular.
It keeps me healthy and ‘sane’…which is particular important considering the super-heavy business, government and defense thinking and work I now regularly find myself involved in.
Now, one of the problems with surfing is that it is a daylight sport. And so going to work early or staying late eats away valuable daylight hours…surfing hours. Also as you can imagine, surfing in the dark at night is extremely difficult…nigh on impossible actually (although I have given in a go a few times). Passionate golfers understand this I’m sure…hard to play golf in the dark…probably more so than tennis players and footballers, who can play under night lights. And as such I had and have no choice but to find out how to get my work done fast…faster than my rivals…so I could get out in time for a sunset surf session with my family and friends. It mandated the finding of shortcuts and high speed turbo boosters. This search was a natural and regular mission. That’s why I put together my special collection of high speed business tactics, tools, templates, triggers and tricks.
My sign off these days:
“If I’m slow, I’m going to miss out on the sunset surf with my family and friends.
If you’re slow, you’re going to miss out on the ______ (fill in the blank).
So we have no choice but to be faster than our ruthless relentless rivals, right?”
SIDE NOTE: I’m really quite happy letting the masses of cookie-cut “middle management” gurus spout advice on what is required to align with insane, slow to success strategies…strategies that keep one stuck-in-a-rut…strategies that inevitably lead one to blood, sweat and tears. The choice is simple: either take long hard slow way or take the super profit secret shortcuts, get there first and exploit the opportunity now up your sleeve.
Here’s a radical new surfboard design that I’m having a whole lot of fun on these days. The rider here is Bryan Bates, the designer. To check out his designs, just click here…>
Why the 'galactic' reference?
Oh, and the ‘galactic’ part of the reference, well that’s a story and a half. It’s worthwhile I assure you. Instructional for Enterprising Executives #!*? To find out, just click here…>
I’m really quite happy letting the masses of cookie-cut “middle management” gurus spout advice on what is required to align with insane, slow and stodgy success strategies…strategies designed to keep one stuck-in-a-rut…strategies that inevitably lead one to blood, sweat and tears. The choice is simple: either take long hard slow way or take the secret shortcuts, get there first and exploit the opportunity now up your sleeve.