Osmosis Accountability

I realized the other day that I never planned to become a (sometimes obnoxious) practical joker. Never once did I set goals and plan my strategy for learning the craft of scaring, humiliating, or laughing at people’s confusion and misfortune.

I learned it by osmosis.

I lived in the Petri dish of my family.


If I want to become more productive, less negative, or get better at something today, I also must choose the agar or the culture, immerse myself in it, and let it do its work. Role models, books, audios, movies, success stories, YouTube, TED, anything that influences.

Let it soak in.

Change starts here.



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