I once had me a powerful nergasm.
The premiere of “The Walking Dead” — about a police officer who leads a group of survivors in a world overrun by flesh-eating zombies. My favorite scene in the show is in the first season when the main character covers his body with zombie guts, blood and entrails so he can mask his “living” smell from the zombies surrounding him.
Fun for the whole family…
Anyway, here’s why I bring it up:
Sunday’s show got me to thinking about business.
You know, there aren’t all that many entrepreneurs.
I believe we’re only about 3% of the population.
And in some ways, we’re kind of like the small group of survivors in “The Walking Dead” — alive, running through the day trying to survive the constant attacks by various “zombies” lurching around trying to either eat us alive or, at the very least, bite us and turn us into one of them.
These zombies take all kinds of forms.
Like corrupt government bureaucrats.
(Oops, sorry to be redundant…)
Even your own friends and family who are jealous of what you do (or are trying to do) discouraging or belittling you.
Sadly these “walking dead” are all around you.
Lurching to and fro.
And jonesing to eat the productive or, if nothing else, bite you and turn you into one of them — dead inside.
Misery loves company, after all.
Anyway, food for thought…
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