S1 E99 — What’s in a Name? Baby Boy Names?

For the “interview” I continued by moving on from where I left off to Cincinnati with background research about Ebenezer Ward Finney, a revolutionary war veteran,  Indian paths and trails followed from the East Coast down to the Ohio River to arrive at the farmland he inherited. Sets up similar story of Dad’s ancestor leaving Tennessee for Missouri and Missouri River and Gasconade River.

The Tau of Steves: What You Don’t Know Could Fill a Book

“5”  Steve Nash, 45: “The fun part of your day will include research and gathering data.  The ones who show up will be just the ones you need.” Aquarius

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Hi and welcome to Thursday’s Episode 99 in the first season of ” My 1-Year Natural Experiment” on this 10th day of October in the fall of 2019.

As a champion procrastinator I conducted a little original research.  I guess you could say it had something to do with my week’s goal of “working on the business” setting up everything I need to crowdfund my passion projects on Patreon.

Instead, I avoided the work and focused on Steves:  

What’s in a name? Baby boy names? “The Tau of Steves” may help me get the broadest Patreon, Facebook and LinkedIn following. 

310,771,873 people in the United States of America. 

406,129 named Steve in the US; 153rd most popular first name. 

Appeal to friends of Steve — pulling from babynameshub testimonials about Steves they’ve known.  

How many famous Steves can you name? 

Match zodiac signs to famous Steves.  

Complete Marc Maron “interview”; apply Sam Harris, Wikipedia and Marketplace assertive requests for support using a combination of Chris Erskine’s and Amy Krouse R’s voice and whimseys.”

Oh, and there’s this: 

Composing more of the “Marc Maron Interview” and then counted how many Steves he interviewed — 23 out of 1061, but Dr. Steve (Dr. Stephen Dansiger) appears 7 times — #34 on 12/29/9 with the last I found #876 on 12/28/17. 

For the “interview” I continued by moving on from where I left off to Cincinnati with background research about Ebenezer Ward Finney, a revolutionary war veteran,  Indian paths and trails followed from the East Coast down to the Ohio River to arrive at the farmland he inherited. Sets up similar story of Dad’s ancestor leaving Tennessee for Missouri and Missouri River and Gasconade River.

So I’ll twist today’s Holiday Tau for Zahn, Winkler, Emma the Baroness and me to mean, when I’m in my composing and writing zone time doesn’t enter into my equation.  Especially, when I travel back in time to my memories of events and conversations.

“5”  Steve Zahn, 51: “Things can get tricky in familiar environments where you’re moving quickly and unconsciously.  You need others to call you so you’ll remember where you’ve been.” Scorpio

Random ones that make me want change my sign.

I couldn’t agree more.  Seems I’m always groping forward in my dim fog of complication, so let’s hope CC&W’s Holiday Tau can be answered in the affirmative.

“5”  Steve Carell, 57; Steve Martin, 74; Steve Wozniak, 69: “Is your strategy working?  Right now, it’s hard to tell through the dim fog of complication.  Assume all is well and inch your way forward.” Leo

If I can simply trust Zahn’s and CC&W’s Holiday Tau, then I can feel unburdened when focusing on the “Tau of Steves” and finishing up key concepts from “Fantasyland’”

“5”  Steve Nash, 45: “The fun part of your day will include research and gathering data.  The ones who show up will be just the ones you need.” Aquarius

Yup, that’s been my experience.  Throughout my advising and consulting engagements I packaged ideas and original research into applied projects, classes, workshops and seminars. 

The last two books of my Knowledge Path series address field research to test the methods leading up to them in my first three books in the series.  

In the “Work” portion from my tagline, “Live. Love. Work. Play. Invest. And Leave a Legacy” I’m drawing from the last 10 years of working with Executive MBA students and about 50 of their mentors to confirm a way to choose the best organizations and their stages of growth and the worst for you. 

“5”  Steve McQueen (1930 – 1980): “Ideas inspire but until you implement the knowledge you don’t know anything.” Aries

Hold on now,  haven’t I come across a similar Holiday Tau before?  I’m pretty sure I singled out Kurt Andersen then and I’ll stay with my answer. I certainly would reach out to him digitally if his name was Steve Andersen.

“4”  Steve Winwood, 71; Stevie Wonder, 69; Stephen Colbert, 56: “If only you could order up the people you want to meet.  Wait, you actually can do this, either digitally online, or spiritually.  The spiritual way works better.” Taurus

OK, I guess.  Repeating your stories about your self and what you are doing to yourself shores up your identity. Over doing it probably hardens and closes off your options to adapt or accommodate disruptions.

“4”  Steve Greene, 34; Steve Guttenberg, 61: “Repeating your stories to others may be a social faux pas, but repeating them to yourself is personal development.” Libra

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