Last year I wrote an article outlining my thoughts about attorney Michael Avenatti. Remember that one ?
That was the article on my private blog that caused people to trip over and go nuts. If you saw some of the comments…you’ll know why I call some people numbskulls and shitheads.
It turns out fate hasn’t been too kind to Mr. Avenatti and we know he is in some serious trouble with the law. Today I read Emily Jane Fox’s write-up on Avenatti, “I flew too close to the sun. No question. Icarus.” dated May 21, 2019
I am the word’s foremost expert on alpha male behavior. My only interest is strategy, execution and results. Unlike other people, I’m not interested in mental masturbation.
“Before every closing argument I’ve ever given, right before I get into it, I’ve gone into the bathroom to look at myself in the mirror and taken myself back to a particular moment of growing up. The same moment. Because I’ve been nervous or any time when I’m fearful or nervous, I take myself back to that moment.” -E.J. Fox, Vanity Fair
From that article quote, we get the idea MA puts himself into a combative state by going into the bathroom and reminiscing a scene of his life as a 12-year old.
Do you have a similar, noteworthy, cringing moment in your life that you can instantly recall to change your state ? If you do, you may be able to do what this guy says he does.
In a private blog recent article I talk about the Seasons:
“There are two best Seasons in life.
One is childhood, because there is little notion of time. Children have a different reality absent the chains of time.
The other one is adolescence, young adulthood. That’s when people question everything and disagree.
But there is a third Season. It is called the alpha male season. You say, Ok, they’ve given me a birth. Now I got to deal with my death, too. Thank you so much. You’ve given me emotions. Thanks for nothing. I might as well have driven to the city dump and have loaded up a truck full of smelly, slimy garbage…”