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Jul

the edge of Paul McCartney


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I took my daughter to see Paul McCartney last night, 7.9.14, in Chicago at the United Center.

She loves Beatles music and knows the words to every Beatles song.

It was a sold out show.

Pretty interesting that the name of Paul’s tour is “OUT THERE.”

Hey, Paul, have you seen my blog?

At age 70 something, Sir Paul can still sing, play and entertain.

At his age, there are probably not going to be many more opportunities to see him perform live.  So I am glad my daughter and I could experience his music.

Last night Paul played tribute a song to the late Jimmy Hendrix.

He also played tribute songs to his ex-Beatles mates, the late John Lennon and George Harrison.

In fact, he began his tribute to George Harrison and his song, Something, on a ukulele.

He also played a song he wrote for his late wife, Linda McCartney, Maybe I’m Amazed.

Paul’s tributes reminded me of another Beatles song, In My Life.

Although he did not play this song last night, can you imagine how many people in the music industry, Paul has met and played with?

What is your edge of remembering events, friends and other people from your past?

How often do you stop and think about them?

What is your edge of doing something your whole life that you are actually passionate about?

Will you still be doing what you are passionate about at age 70 something like Paul?

Out There on the Edge of Everything®…

Stephen Lesavich, PhD

Co-author of the award winning book:  The Plastic Effect:  How Urban Legends Influence the Use and Misuse of Credit Cards.