Everybody is familiar with the feeling that things are not as they should be. That you’re not successful enough, your relationship’s not satisfying enough, that you don’t have the things you crave. A chronic dissatisfaction that makes you look outwards
(elevator door beeps) (elevator music) – Whoa, you’re Mark Rober. – I am, yeah. – From, the internet. – From the internet, that’s the one. – Yeah. – In the flesh. – Can I ask you a couple of questions?
>>Sal Masekela: What do you do for a living? >>Tony Hawk: I ride skateboards mostly, yeah.>>Sal Masekela: Right, right. That’s a cool job.>>Tony Hawk: Yeah. >>Sal Masekela: And it has worked out pretty good, a little bit, I think. >>Tony
Reviewer: Queenie Lee It’s 1903, and this extraordinary guy named Teddy Roosevelt is standing on the edge of the Grand Canyon. At that time, people wanted to create hotels and spas and turn the Grand Canyon, in 1903, into a
Well, congratulations. I’m so happy to meet you. Immediately I was like, I hope we have him on the show because I just think you have the greatest personality. Oh my god. I also feel like you have the greatest
Hey, what’s up guys? So, today we are going to talk about your morning routine. Now there is a ton of stuff out there on the internet about morning routines. There’s tons of books, there’s tons of blogs, there’s tons
I was a blue-eyed, chubby-cheeked five-year-old when I joined my family on the picket line for the first time. My mom made me leave my dolls in the minivan. I’d stand on a street corner in the heavy Kansas humidity,