Today is Sunday, time to plan the week, time to get the body and mind going — but why?
Well, that’s what our mom and dad said. Right? That’s what all the motivational books say. Why, that’s what…that’s what, that’s what, that’s what!
No. Today I will do what I want to do. Period. Then I’ll get back on track and plan the week.
Before I get on with the planning, let me introduce myself. My name is Ron Larsen. The black object shown in the photograph of me is a microphone. I’m a broadcaster, an entertainer, a newsperson, and a businessman. The microphone is hooked up and I was on the air when this picture was taken.
I am also a physicist who’s worked on the 9/11 tragedy, a lover of fine dogs, a patriot, but much more.
What you don’t see are the racks of broadcasting equipment, the three huge bookcases filled with books convering nearly every topic from Jay Levinson’s “Guerrilla Marketing”, Ayn Rand’s “Atlas Shrugged”, and Carroll Quigley’s “Tragedy and Hope” to Konstantin Stanislavsky’s “Stanislavsky’s on the Art of the Stage” and Zbigniew Brzezinski’s “The Grand Chessboard” and the three filing cases filled with my investigation of the 9/11 affair, marketing to retail and commercial markets and a plethora of other subjects.
There’s a lot more to be said, a lot more to be discussed and a lot more to be revealed on these pages.
Now, what is my intension for this afternoon? It is simply this: to ask you what is your pleasure?
Let me get back to work. It’s time to plan the week.