We are back in Park City this week, and digesting the stimulation we enjoyed during our 5-week Los Angeles sojourn. Sometimes we need to leave a place and come back with fresh eyes to appreciate what we left behind. Sure, LA is just soooo LA, easy to parody, easy to put down, but it is also a city of tremendous vibrancy and opportunity. The traffic is mental, all the good stuff is hidden in some random looking strip mall, and the prices at places like Erewhon grocery are enough to send any sensible person in fits of thrift. We get it; we lived there for a long time, and then ran away. But coming back for an extended visit lets one see the upsides without obsessing about the downsides. Things don’t matter that much when the time spent is so temporal.
Back here in the mountains, the snows are receding, and the mega fauna are coming down for their springtime snacks. I saw my first moose of the year yesterday munching on some nearby grass. Yes, they are huge; yes, they are terrifically ugly; and no, you do not mess with a hungry moose — bad outcome guaranteed.
We are also prepping for a most anticipated event: the SuperAge MasterClass. It is powerfully fulfilling to the team and myself to make the sort of deep, long lasting impacts that we are able to make. These classes bring together all of the knowledge and connection we have built up over the years and puts them at the service of the people in the cohorts. A meaningful experience for all and, with this one being the last one we can do this year, it will be special. Hoping to get to know many of you there.
Until next week,