“The Tau of Steves: What You Don’t Know Could Fill a Book”
3/22/19. Yay! Hooray — we’re back today. Zahn, Winkler, Emma the Baroness and I return for our Holiday Tau. However comma, it’s not enough. Let’s change our signs for the day. Let’s swipe TauBits from Greene and Guttenberg as well as from Aoki — who seems to appear more frequently.
“1” Steve Zahn, 51: “What makes you feel better in the short term may not be right for your long-term plan.” Scorpio
Random ones that make me want change my sign.
Distractions and temptations in the short-term give way to a more deeply felt TauBit. I vote for a patterned rhythm in my life instead of the TauBit that’s my birthright.
“4” Steve Greene, 34; Steve Guttenberg, 61: “Your life hypnotizes you. There’s a pattern, and it lulls you into a rhythm. This is the course of your day.”
Now, this companion Holiday Tau means more to me since it’s been something I’ve struggled with in my career-long role as a packager of ideas, information and knowledge so others can take action quickly and decisively. I remember an incident, told to me years later, by a senior human resources professional. He said that during a massive downsizing of a large company we both worked for, apparently something I said in a seminar or workshop stuck with him for years. I hope more is to come by writing and self-publishing the first two volumes.
“5” Steve Aoki, 41: “If you can provide a framework in which people can use their talents, then this is doing something amazing that will have repercussions beyond what you could ever imagine.” Sagittarius
To that end, I anticipated Mr. Harvey’s Holiday TauBit and I’m certain he’s more of a genius than I am, but as an aspiration it’s a goal for me, I’ll be glad to borrow it.
“3” Steve Harvey, 62: “To express yourself in a way that is better than the last time, that is unique, that lands on the ear and heart of your audience in a certain way is an expression of genius.” Capricorn
So, Steve Nash’s Holiday Tau leaves me confused, so I think I’ll leave it at that. If you can decipher it in a more understandable way I’ll be in your debt if you can explain it to me.
“2” Steve Nash, 45: “All of the stories will change in time. The true ones will become false, the false one will become true. The difference between history and mythology is not a difference of content, but years.” Aquarius
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Inspired by Holiday Mathis – Creators Syndicate