I know, I know. It might be a little too early for flowy dresses and bare legs, but when the Sydney sun decided to stay out for more than two hours I just couldn’t resist.
I’m not going to lie. I don’t understand people who don’t enjoy coffee.
Not saying you have to be slightly OTT like me – after all, I am from a country where we invented an entirely unique word just to decisive the act of having coffee with friends (“fika” – yes, it’s real). So three to four cups a day might be a little excessive.
I’m not sure why I am torturing myself with this post now. Perhaps it’s because it currently feels so far away from reality that I question if it ever happened. And if it did, what did it look like, feel like?
Well, a little something like this.
A couple of weeks ago I was invited to join the beautiful team at Lenovo for a private conference with none other than Ashton Kutcher. Yes, swoon. Apart from being the most down-to-earth and cool guy, he is ridiculously smart… (and kind of really hot) Having invested in businesses like Sound Cloud, Uber and more, this guys clearly has a few things going for him.
That, and his ridiculously hot wife.
Ashton spoke about questions, and how there is such a thing as a stupid question. I had to agree, but quietly. Sometimes they just feel like room fillers, it’s the guy who hasn’t done the homework but wants to sound important. We all know one, or two.