…diverged in a yellow wood and sorry I could not travel both. – Robert Frost
I thought this year’s Daytona Supercross was one of the best races I’ve ever seen. I actually watched the race from the press suite, which is just above the new starting gate on the infield. (Thanks, FLmx!) Aside from the open bar and free food, the best part about the whole night was going up to the roof – out from behind a plate of glass. Back in the day, when Pops and I would go to Bike Week, sometimes we’d get tickets for the track-side suite, which was great for catching the street bike race. But Saturday night, I was sitting outside, in the open air, feeling the breeze and smelling the fumes. It was the best seat in the house.
Now, it’s back to work and I saw this post today on the Zen blog I’m following about being two different people – the physical and the digital “you.”
“Two worlds that once existed exclusively have serendipitously collided. It’s a wonderful time to be alive.”
I couldn’t agree more.
“Get comfortable with shedding your past lives and evolving into new ones. Reinvent yourself on a regular basis and watch your digital and physical worlds collide in a way that only a deliberate and mindful approach could orchestrate.”