Non-Political YouTube Series–Day 7 (Final Day)

I’m going to end on a high-note. My avoidance of politically themed videos led to my┬ádiscovery of more positively themed ones. I intend to continue watching more of the positive ones in the future than I did before starting this series. I may slip up and indulge in watching clips of combatant talking heads every once in a while, but I aim to continue viewing content that lifts my mood from now on.

Sticking with that philosophy, this final one speaks volumes about the importance of mindset. Admittedly, I have been guilty of the poor man’s mindset in the past, but have been and will continue to follow the rich man’s as outlined in the video.

Check out today’s finale video and enjoy!


Non-Political YouTube Series–Day 6

Vogue’s “73 Questions” series is terrific. If done in real-life, it is a profoundly better way to get to know someone than asking the basic series of questions, such as “where are you from, what college did you go to, where do you work, do you like it, do you have siblings, etc.” Such basic information from that line of questioning tends to come out naturally through the answers to questions like those asked in 73 Questions interviews.

I could have posted most of the other 73 Questions interviews as they are all intriguing, but chose the one with Aziz, because he just can’t help being funny. As is the case in a lot of his performances, he will go for minutes with moderately funny moments and then will smack you with something hilarious. Amy Pohler’s children call him “turkey sandwich.” That is hilarious.