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All right. For this episode, we’re going to the storage, right? I mean, I’ve got … this is my storage room. I’ve got a lot more books for my library. I just don’t have space at the moment, so we’re going to go in the library storage and see if we can find something in here. You can kind of see me. Yeah, you can see me. All right. It’s freezing in here. I better find something fast, whatever it is.

I mean, this is, I don’t know, this is probably a stupid idea, because you can’t see any of the books. They’re all on top of each other. 12 Days of Terror. Investigation: 1916 Shark Attacks. Bankruptcy of Our Nation. The Customer Rules. Motivate This: How to Start Each Day.

That’s interesting. Then we got … what else we got over here? How Money Works. What is this? Everything’s An Argument. I know some people that need that. Nation’s Hangar. I’ll just look in there. Oh, wow. Look at that. That’s interesting.

Our Bodies. What else we got in here? Oops. Complete Works of William Shakespeare. Diseases, Pests. Human Footprint. StrengthFinder. Yeah, let’s do this. What is this? Oh, look at that. There’s no cover.

Oh, look at this. Richard Dawkins. The Greatest Show on Earth. What is that? Katherine Hepburn. I got one in hand, and it’s cold in here, so I don’t even … what is this? Don Clifton. 1924 to 2003. What is this? Strength. What is this, Tim Roth? What is this book even called?

Aha. StrengthFinder 2.0 from Gala, and Tom Rath. Discover your Clifton strength. So I’m taking it that Don Clifton, or finding their Clifton. So, Clifton strengths. The next generation. Part one. Finding your strengths: an introduction. Part two. Applying your strengths. And then 34 themes and ideas for action.

Achiever, activator, adaptability, analytical. There’s a lot. Hm. Let’s just, we’re going to pick a random one. Yeah. Futuristic. Okay, futuristic. Okay. I’m not really sold. 105. Futuristic. Wouldn’t … ? This is really tiny writing. I’ll show you what I’m talking about. Really little.

Wouldn’t it be great if you are the kind of person who loves to peer over the horizon? The future fascinates you as if it were projected on a wall, and you see in detail what the future might hold, and this detailed picture keeps pulling you forward into tomorrow. The exact content of the picture will depend on your strengths and interests. A better product, better team, better life, and a better world, and it will always be inspirational to you. You are a dreamer who sees visions of what could be, and you cherish those visions.

When the present proves too frustrating, and the people around you too pragmatic, you conjure up visions of the future. Yeah, okay. All right. All right, I kind of like it. Okay, so I don’t know if you could read some of it. It’s kind of like a life coach, in a sense. All right? We’re going to read it, and like I said, in the other version, a longer version because I’m already at the five minute mark, I’m going to go through more of it.

Because we got ideas for action, working with others who have futuristic, so it’s what kind of mindset are you. And I mean, it kind of makes a lot of sense, so it says right here, “You are a dreamer who sees visions of what could be and who cherishes those visions. When the present proves too frustrating, the people around you prove too pragmatic, you conjure up your visions of the future and they energize you.”

“They can energize others, too. In fact, very often, people look to you to describe your visions of the future.” Right? So if that’s you, if that sparked you right there, then most definitely click the link, whatever it is. You know what I’m talking about, and go to the next page, and I’ll see you on the other side, and there we’ll go more in depth and we’ll have a longer than six minute conversation. All right. Have a good one.