What the Press have to say... HItler/Gandhi

“[The Top of the Bottom Half] doles out pithy and practical rules. Like pick your battles. Appreciate it when you get it right. Acknowledge it when you get it wrong. And my fave: You don’t have to jump out of the car if you can’t make a pig noise.

“Hey, this is stuff to live by. It promises to be one of those amusing, enlightening evenings that would actually change your perspective. My recent chat with Vann certainly gave me a swift inspirational kick in the pants.”

The Rules

  • The Do's:
    • You are the only one at the table; everyone else comes and goes.
    • Know what you know and know what you don't know.
    • Save screwing up for the things that don't count.
    • Discretion is the better part of anything.
    • Pick your battles.
    • Look for the logic.
    • Do the Hitler/Gandhi test.
  • The Don'ts:
    • DON'T apologize for being right.
    • DON'T feel good about bad decisions.
    • DON'T look for bad things; they'll find you.
    • DON'T count on a second chance.
    • You DON'T have to make the mistake to learn the lesson.
    • DON’T look at the dogs, work the lock.
    • You DON'T have to jump out of the car if you can't make a pig noise.
  • Just Because...
    • Accept responsibility.
    • Appreciate it when you get it right.
    • Acknowledge it when you get it wrong.