We often think of the 'calm before the storm', but rarely do we recognize or even witness the 'calm after the storm'. This sunset occurred less than an hour after a severe storm, near Otter Falls, MB, that brought down a hundred trees near a cabin we had rented. The clouds became soft like cotton balls (mammatus clouds) and the sky was at peace.
OK! Please don’t 100% hold me to this, but I am usually pretty good at remembering names because of, years ago, going though Kevin Trudeau’s Mega Memory book. It was WORK… but did actually help immensely. Anyway, found this gem of a training video he did that should save you the time of reading the book and learn the ‘remember names’ technique in less than an hour.
Today, I sat in a restauraunt slurping down the most amazing shucked oysters I have ever tasted and it reminded me of an old adage, “Less is more!”
Imagine a truly tiny, tiny seafood bar that for a 100 years has thrived on serving no more than 18 people at a time. This little jem of an oyster bar in San Francisco has line ups out the door that any patron will tell you are well worth waiting for.
They have no website. They don’t take reservations. They are only open until 5:30pm 6 days a week. No WIFI, NO LCD flatscreens & NO Twitter account to speak of. If you come with out cash your also out of luck as they DON’T take plastic!
Today, I rediscovered less is more while slurping down a professionaly shucked oyster.
It’s time to re-evaluate everything.
If your ever in San Francisco make your way over to the Swan Osyter Depot on Polk Street . It’s an experience.