In this episode I speak with my good friend Brendan Kirby, owner and operator of Seed Sprout Spoon and The Leona Ballroom in St. Louis, Missouri. We discuss the events, hospitality and service industries in the new economic landscape, and also hopefully reveal a little bit of ourselves in this great conversation.
You haven’t loved until you’ve loved a dog, and I sure love my Syren. I haven’t seen much of her since breaking up with the girlfriend she’s attached to, but
There’s still a vocal version of this on the way, but you can immediately have and hold an MP3 of the instrumental version by logging in below the video. If you can’t log in, then you need a membership.
The footage I’ve curated is from the 1976 film, “Joy Ride: An Auto Theft”. It’s a cautionary tale of youth gone wild in the California hills.
I don’t always write pretty songs for piano and voice, but when I do, I like to let you in on the process.
When I wake up, the first thing I do is root myself in connection to my best, purest intentions. I don’t know what the greatest common good is, but I know that I want to be a contributor. I give a few minutes of focus to being open to that. Some call that prayer, some call it meditation. It’s really just calibrating my compass. Continue reading Are You Worried? Clear Your Head and Enjoy the Work.