Regarding My Far Cuter Sort Of Stupidity

I know I’ve said this several times, but I LOVE Yuvi Zalkow’s presentations, especially his Failed Writer series. They are the perfect storm of Jewish neurosis and what I can only imagine is years worth of therapy and/or drinking.

It was comforting to know that I can crap rationalize my willingness to run repeatedly into walls in life as a certain kind of durability. That each one of my missteps is just an essential part of figuring out and getting to where I want to go.

If you’re not listening to everything Yuvi says, you are missing out. So head right over to his site, watch every last presentation and subscribe so you don’t miss another one again.

11 Responses to Regarding My Far Cuter Sort Of Stupidity

  1. You have brought me a new king. Before anything else I consider myself a writer. I’m just not this quick with anything resembling wit in person. I think with my fingers, writing or typing.

    What’s also great is that I’ve needed an easy example of “YES, ANYONE CAN DO VIDEO DAMMIT” to share with some of my new people. Wish you were here so I could hug you for both of those things. Enjoying your blog so much more as time passes…

    • Yuvi is a worth king :) I’ve never really allowed for the idea that I could be a writer, but lately I find myself using the word more and more. 

      Always here for that hug! Thanks for sticking around while I’ve been getting my blogging act together!

  2. “a life of stumbling around…in the dark”

    That will definitely produce one of two things: Durability Sickness

    I’m voting on durability.

    Thanks for sharing this Michael. Yuvi is top shelf all the way.

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