Every year Esquire magazine comes out with an issue where the famous and successful share tips on life, money, getting along with others, morality, etc.
I thought it would be cool to do a first annual "What I've Learned" on the non-baseball side of the board.
These don't have to be original- good gracious, I'm not sure there is an original idea under the sun anyway- just little pieces of wisdom you've picked up along the way that have worked for you in some way in your life. Or just a tidbit that adds something positive to the world.
I'll throw up one from Hugh Heffner:
"When you are in a position to not be a nice person, that's when you find out who you really are."
Or one of my own: "Just because they look the same, yellow cake mix and pancake batter do not taste the same."
I'm expecting Falls City Beer to get us started.