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January 31, 2015

30 Day Startup Video Blog, Day 6: Life’s Short. Get Sh*t Done. High Five!

Jeanne Eisenhaure Daily Video Blog 6

Today I ran into Timmy O’Neill, Professional Climber and Chairman of the Board of Adaptive Sports Nonprofit Paradox Sports.

Timmy is one of the bright lights in the world that brings energy and passion to every encounter. I hadn’t seen Timmy in at least six months and we caught up on his whirlwind adventures and snapped a Bike Stylish Instagram photo.

Timmy O'Neill

Twice during our conversation, Timmy mentioned death, not in a fatalistic way, but it just came up.

I mentioned this up to him and he paused to say ,“Life’s Short. Get Shit Done. High five!” and then we high fived.

Timmy went into Espressoria, the coffee shop and I hopped on my bike and filmed my response to the interaction. It left me feeling motivated and happy.

Take some of Timmy O’Neill’s energy with you in this great short on him called Wild Love.

Wild Love: Timmy O’Neill from Andy Maser on Vimeo.

My Forrest Yoga Panic Attack and What Jim Carrey Taught Me About Failure

I worked diligently through the day and paused to go to a Forrest Yoga class in the evening—where I caught up to my anxiety. Many who have done a Forrest Yoga class can attest to the powerful experience during the practice, in particular during the deep and long holds.

My anxiety surrounding my responsibilities, deadlines and overall fear of failure came roaring in and I actually rolled up my mat and left class—something I have never done in a yoga class before.

I jetted back to my office to address my looming obligations. Before I started up on my evening work, I filmed my reaction to the event and reference a Jim Carrey commencement Speech that has been a beautiful reminder that we can fail in anything regardless of whether it is the safe or risk option.

With all of that said, check out Truth and Consequences: My 30 Day Startup Video Blog, Day 6—Life’s Short. Get Shit Done. High Five!

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You can fail at what you don’t want, so might as well take a chance at doing what you love. Jim Carrey

Relephant read:

30 Day Startup Video Blog: Snapchat, Sunshine & Slander.

Author: Jeanne Eisenhaure

Editor: Ashleigh Hitchcock

Photo: flickr

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Jeanne Eisenhaure

A pragmatic idealist with a background in creative production and communications, Jeanne has seen firsthand how for-profit businesses can be vehicles for social and environmental improvement in addition to creating long-term sustainable financial growth. Jeanne works with her creative agency Jett DIGiTAL to produce creative content and strategic commutations strategies for businesses who want to change the world for the better. Why just build a business, when you can build a movement?

Learn more about Jeanne and connect with her on FacebookTwitter, Instagram, and her favorite platform YouTube. Discover her latest thoughts on creative production, marketing, and using business strategy for social good on her blog at Jett DIGiTAL. Follow Jett DIGiTAL on Facebook, YouTube and Vimeo for their latest projects.