I’m Trying to Make My Advice as Worthless as I can


Really, I’m trying to make my advice as worthless as possible but it is hard.  Writing this stuff is hard.  If I go off the deep end like I did the other day about “Marrying your husband was a huge mistake” post, people think I’m depressed about my life.  I understand my sense of humor is a little off.  After watching Oprah and Dr. Phil all these years, I thought I would be much better off in my life.  You would think after reading all those Tony Robbins and Zig Ziglar’s books, I would now be larger than life.  They clearly should have produced a powerful man living the dream instead of a mild manner worthless advice blogger.

However, because I don’t have a 100 foot yacht docked on Lake Union, I can say without reservation that my Worthless Advice Blog is a damn good one.  If my advice was actually helpful, all four of my devoted readers would be living in waterfront mansions on Mercer Island and be showering me with praise.

So here we all sit at the computer, reading about nothing, and learning nothing.  It’s all in a days work here!

 

 

 

2 thoughts on “I’m Trying to Make My Advice as Worthless as I can

  1. This is an awesome post! Years ago I read a string of Tony Robbins books. Won’t get into how it has not helped anything. Great, funny writing (your blog, not Mr. Robbins’ books).

  2. Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to remind me how Tony has failed me. At least I felt good about them when I was reading them and ignoring my kids.

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