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A few weekends ago my oldest daughter Hannah and I were out weeding our blueberries. Out of the blue she makes a pretty cool observation about weeds and friends: “Weeds are like friends.  Some have shallow roots and die off easy and some have one strong root that go deep.”

I’m still researching the world of online marketing, but I had to deviate today’s blog post because of today’s weather! It’s not fall yet, but I’m already giddy with anticipation. I suppose I’d be the sort of person to replace “Go and smell the roses!” with “Go and smell the dying leaves!”

I have heard many say that fear is a bad thing, because it discourages you from following the path that you really want to do. I’ve also heard many say that fear is a good thing, because it encourages you to consider the practical ramifications of high-risk paths, and enables you to manage risk successfully. However, I think that the truth is something of a hybrid. I believe that fear should never stop someone from pursuing what they are convinced they were put on this earth to do, but at the same time, that fear is what keeps us from becoming complacent in our passions.

I like Jon because his message is, to my ears, the most painfully simple and brutally honest that any motivational speaker has ever given. Jon isn’t about “positive thinking,” at least not in the sense that many mean it, that positive thinking is all it takes. He doesn’t push out a bunch of blind optimism. Instead, he seems to operate (based on my exposure to him) on two basic maxims: