No-one wanted the shirt; they wanted the woman.
I have another replacement job booked, this time for Job 32, formerly known as selling custom 100 Jobs t-shirts. For the brand new, Job 32 (rhymes!), I will be editing the travel video of an artist I met at District101. He has 3 hours of footage that he shot while he was traveling in Japan and he wants to condense it to a 5 to 10 minute clip. I will be doing that for him later on this week to replace the non-existent 100 Jobs merchandise that no one wants and, of course, publish the breathtaking Japan travel video on my 100 Jobs Youtube Channel. (Please subscribe and give hefty doses of thumbs!)
IN JOBS FROM AROUND THE WEB:
I came across this remarkable woman, Diana Nyad, on Jezebel.com and wanted to share:
Diana wants to swim from Florida to Cuba for the second time in her life (the first time in she attempted the swim in 1979 she had to quit 42 hours in due to bad weather), a journey that should last 60 hours straight. What she is doing is remarkable for a person of any age, let alone a woman who just celebrated her 60th birthday. She'll be battling weather, waves, mental and physical exhaustion, the corrosive effects of saltwater and possibly sharks on her journey. And I thought parading around in a unitard and fending off cyber pervs was a big deal!
Nyad is very much inspiring me to continue to stay in shape throughout my life, pursue my dreams and projects with relentless gusto, and much more importantly, try to accomplish more with 100 Jobs that is remarkable and worth sharing. I need to do so much more within the scope of this project that will make a difference in the world! That is partly why I'll be releasing a series of employment intelligence videos, starting next week, in hopes that my lessons learned in doing this project can benefit others seeking employment.
What are you doing that sets you apart in your career or your life? How are you relentless and remarkable?
Aimee (Tonight, I'll be serving up Twitter Crap at Grumpy's Bar! lol)