I was talking with my friend Jerry today and he said “everything is possible.” I told him I don’t think I am going to be able to dunk on a regulation height rim.
But I subscribe to Jerry’s mantra of optimism.
I posted Albert’s reasons to be optimistic this past weekend and if you haven’t watched it, I highly recommend it.
As Albert states at the start of his talk, you have to be optimistic in the venture capital business.
But I think you also have to be optimistic in life.
My favorite coffee shop near my office closed recently. But a new one opened and I’m optimistic that it will become my new favorite.
The Knicks traded our franchise player last week. But I’m hopeful that we will get some good young players with the picks and sign some great free agents with the cap space.
My knee has been bothering me and my doctor tells me he needs to do arthroscopy on it. But I’m hoping more yoga and strength exercises will be sufficient.
Of course none of what I’m hoping and expecting to happen may come to pass. I may get shit coffee going forward, more losing seasons at MSG, and a scar on my knee.
But I’m not counting on any of that. Why would I?