Sunday Seven: 11/22/15

by C.J. Adams

What I’m Reading:

The School of Greatness by Lewis Howes….This is seriously a great book. If you don’t know who Lewis is or you have yet to pick up a copy of his book, invest in yourself and buy a book. There’s greatness inside of you.

Song I’m Digging:

Suitcase by Steve Moakler….I went to college with Steve. I don’t actually know Steve, but I started listening to his music when we were in college and his latest song is awesome. He was also one of the writers of “Riser,” the title track off of Dierks Bentley’s latest album

Startup I’m Excited About:

TripExpert….I met Emily, one of the cofounders, at The Next Web Conference last week. Very cool what she and her team are doing at TripExpert. I’ll definitely be using the site and look forward to their upcoming app release.

What I’m Watching:

Episode 163 of The #AskGaryVee Show….I’ve watched every single episode of Gary’s show. He’s always delivering gold and this episode is no exception. This one really spoke to me because he said, “the wallet is antiquated.” Something I’m currently trying to preach to the world with Credntia.

What I’m Buying:

Greats Brand Sneakers….Ryan Babenzien and Jon Buscemi have been building an incredible footwear company over the past 2 years. I’ve been watching from a distance, inspired what they’re doing and loving their story, and I finally pulled the trigger and bought a pair of their sneakers. Needless to say, I’m pumped for them to come in.

What I’m Excited For:

Just a jive turkey….

Thanksgiving….I’m going to be in NYC for Turkey Day, and I’m so excited. I’ve never been in the city during the holidays, and given my love for Christmas and the holidays, I feel like this is going to be a holiday season to remember. I’m also dressing up as a turkey for Thanksgiving, so that’s pretty cool too.

What I’m Thankful For:

Incredible Friends and Family….Y’all know who you are, and I love every single one of you.


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