I like Eddie Garcia. First thing, he looks like dad. My dad was like him in so many ways except for one thing- a distrust of our very mortal bodies. This was one man who was incredibly fit and incredibly conscious of his health. If my dad had been more of the same, he would most likely be still alive today.
About fifteen years ago, I read an article about this and how he supposedly takes more than a dozen vitamins and supplements a day. I’ve done the same thing since then and never questioned the cost or the efficacy because if there’s ever a guarantee for things whose outcomes are not certain, it’s consistency.
Be consistent on maintaining a healthy lifestyle and the results would be optimal; be consistent in eating crap and sitting on your ass the whole day and well, you know how that story turns out…
What you could do today, you should do now so you could do something else tomorrow
Tiime and discipline are important
On directing and editing: be definitive on what you want
Passion is important. if you can’t find passion in your job, find something else (for nearly 70 years I continuously did movies because it was a job i really liked)
Money earned but not spent is really not your money
The reason you earn is because you want to spend it
Women should be put on a pedestal (Ryan: and pray that they’re worth it)
Cheating (when you’re in a relationship) is wasting time
Only set goals that are realistically achievable
On legacies: if you’re dead, you’re dead. Who cares if nobody remembers you?