Monday, September 16, 2013

Pretty Darn Funny Season Finale: The Fitness Challenge


This is the last PDF episode for now, sniff, sniff. I'm really sad because I've been looking forward to these each week. So, if you have, too, please be sure to like them on Facebook, subscribe on YouTube, follow them on Twitter, and stalk them any way you possibly can so we will see them again soon! (I have absolutely no information on whether more will be made or not so this is my own personal plea.)



Last week's episode (Basket Case) is still my favorite of the season but this one is definitely funny, too! It's basically a rag tag bunch of comedians vs. super serious workout guy and their interactions are hilarious! One of my favorite lines: "Quiet, Old Spice." Madison's messages to Mordecai also made me laugh.

This has been a great season. It's been fun watching the troupe gel together more and watching Gracie interact with her family. I'm looking forward to the hilarity that Season 3 will bring! Thanks to all of you who have participated, either by entering the giveaways and/or watching and enjoying PDF!


This is also the last weekly giveaway I'll be offering (there will still be others, so be on the lookout for those). This is a book I haven't read but it has lots of positive reviews on Amazon and Goodreads and sounds like a great book, so check it out and enter to win a copy!

The Power of Starting Something Stupid, by Richie Norton
2013, 320p
Non-fiction, Motivational

"Richie Norton has written a book about courage. The courage to do work that matters and to do it with your heart and your soul. Go make something happen." — Seth Godin, author of The Icarus Deception

"Perfect book for these uncertain times." — Steve Forbes, Chairman and Editor-in-Chief of Forbes Media

What if the smartest people in the world understand something that the rest of us don't? (They do.) What if they know that in order to achieve success, they will sometimes have to do things that others may initially perceive as stupid?The fact of the matter is that the smartest people in the world don't run from stupid, they lean into it (in a smart way).

In The Power of Starting Something Stupid, Richie Norton redefines stupid as we know it, demonstrating that life-changing ideas are often tragically mislabeled stupid. What if the key to success, creativity, and fulfillment in your life lies in the potential of those stupid ideas? This deeply inspiring book will teach you:

• How to crush fear, make dreams happen, and live without regret.
• How to overcome obstacles such as lack of time, lack of education, or lack of money.
• The 5 actions of the New Smart to achieve authentic success.

No more excuses. Learn how to start something stupid—the smartest thing you can do. Drawing on years of research, including hundreds of face-to-face interviews and some of the world's greatest success stories past and present, Richie shows you how stupid is the New Smart—the common denominator for success, creativity, and innovation in business and life. (Amazon)

About the Author

Richie Norton is the author of the #1 Amazon download, Résumés Are Dead and What to Do About It as well as the popular blog, Start Stuff. Pacific Business News recognized Richie as one of the top Forty Under 40 “best and brightest young businessmen” in Hawaii. He is an entrepreneur, a sought-after speaker, and an international business development consultant. Richie is happily married to Natalie, and they have four sons.




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2 comments:

The Mrs. said...

I hope they'll make more! Thanks for introducing me to Pretty Darn Funny.

Interestingly, Richie Norton was the BYU-H student association president when we were there. It's fun to see they are doing so well.

Melanie Valderrama said...

You're welcome and I hope so, too! That's cool that you're familiar with Richie Norton. It sounds like an interesting book!

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