👍 Welcome to Friday 5 (5 things to get you going just before the weekend) 👍
1. Book Review. Andre Agassi’s autobiography “Open.” Andre Agassi was one of my idols as a kid. I loved watching him play tennis. I watched him so much I thought I knew him, but I was totally wrong. In “Open” Agassi bears his soul about pretty much everything. He talks about his father, a tyrant of a guy who he didn’t much care for. And, of course, he talks a lot about tennis, a sport he hates. That’s right: Agassi hates tennis and always has. He just happened to be great at it, and you tend to stick with what you’re great at. From his days hitting 2500 balls a day in his back yard tennis court, to the Bollettieri Academy in Florida, which seemed more like a prison camp than a school for talented tennis players, to the heights of the tennis world, then the lows of drug use, then back to the pinnacle of his sport as one of its greatest players, it’s all there. His marriage to and divorce from Brooke Shields, and his subsequent marriage to Steffi Graf. That’s all there too. Throughout his story, you get to know Agassi, and you see that he’s a person of real depth and intelligence (totally different than his persona on camera). And the writing is wonderful. It’s like reading literature. I read “Open” about once a year I love it so much.
2. Where to Eat this Weekend. Tacos Mi Caramelo.
Amazing tacos al pastor. Best I’ve ever had. Go there and bring your Spanish-language skills. There’s no much English spoken.
3. Photo. Arches National Park.
4. Quote: “The world is changed by your example, not your opinion.” Paulo Coelho
5. Random Thing I Like: early morning walks. I get up early (way before anyone else in my house) to work out 💪, which means lifting weights or a walk. There’s nothing quite like a walk when no one else is around. It helps me clear my head and think strategically about the future.
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