On most days I tend to think about lunch right around the time of High Noon, how about you? I know for most people that 12 o’clock tends to mean boo-ya I’m having lunch for my hour in the middle of the day. No work for 60 minutes. Yeah, right.
For me I’m usually still making phone calls and pushing myself at least until one. Then it’s never a full hour for lunch, it’s usually 30 minutes if I’m lucky. Bite of food, send an e-mail. Bite of food, take a phone call. Bite of food, etc… you get the idea. When you’re the boss you don’t get as much time to sluff off. Well, not true you can sluff off, but then you don’t get paid. The day when I’ve got a huge team of people working for me can’t come soon enough.
Speaking of things like working with people. I have a question for you. What would you get a potential client or in my case, a potential investor as a gift for the Christmas holiday? I figure since I’m on the verge on a major investor plunking down some cash to kickstart my marketing and touring, I ought to get him a gift. Yet, I don’t know him well enough by any means to know what would be appropriate. So what would you give someone as a token of appreciation if they were about to invest a million dollars in you?
For the daily listener you’ll notice that this is two Celtic songs in a row. I know, I know. Shoot me. Nah, don’t do that, then I wouldn’t be able to continue doing Single of the Day. Today’s band hails from that Celtic land known as Colorado. Yeah, I know all the Irish are up in arms, screaming “Colorado?!?” Get a rope. Actually, I really have no idea whether or not you’d find amazing Celtic music there and I’ve lived in Colorado. Me, I think of Ireland. Go figure.
Which reminds me. A buddy of mine, John, is a bagpiper who teaches pipes to famous people here in Los Angeles. So there’s Celtic music here too. In fact, if I’m not mistaken he is the impetus behind the front guy of Korn Johnathan Davis and his bagpipping. Woo Hoo.
As for the Indulgers, I’m partial to this song. It’s not Christmas, but it does have the flow that I was talking about in yesterdays post. It also conjures up a faint connection in my mind to a Dixie Chicks song. So Celtic even invades Country Pop too. So support your skirt wearin’ bretheren from Colorado and buy this song!