BI 046: Be Phenomenal Or Be Forgotten

Lately I’ve been getting worn down by the day to day grind. Paying taxes, trying to get a raise, contributing to my Roth IRA, and preparing to add more to Baby Buck’s college fund. What I would give to be a high school senior again. The whole world is ahead of you with no worries in the world, except for finding a prom date. Check out Nicole and Jake and what happens when they listened to their hearts and followed their dreams in preparing for their proms. Ah, to be young again. If this doesn’t ignite a fire under whatever you are working on, I don’t know what will.

Special Mention:

Dwyane Wade Prom Proposal

Dwyane Wade ‪surprises a fan by attending her prom.‬

Kate Upton, Will You Go To Prom With Me?

Jake Davidson Takes Nina Agdal To Prom!

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4 Responses

  1. Arlee Bird says:

    I was so not into high school stuff that I didn’t go to prom or senior banquet. Maybe if we’d had YouTube or the like I could have asked someone. I have no idea who since I didn’t keep up with celebrities either.

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    • Buck Inspire says:

      Thanks for chiming in Lee even though this isn’t your cup of tea on two fronts! However, aren’t you even a little impressed at how these youngsters threw caution to the wind and went after their dream dates?

  2. krantcents says:

    What is the phrase? “Youth is wasted on the young.” It is still true because they do not know what they got. As we age, 18 years old seems ideal, but it isn’t! 21 is better, but not as good as 25 or 30. The reality is there is no ideal age because it is what you make of it. If at 18 years old, you made the most of it with a full boat scholarship somewhere and you are popular, you would have the world by the tail. My kids had most of it at 17 years old and I don’t know if they would want to turn back the clock. I know I wouldn’t!

    • Buck Inspire says:

      It does sound like you and your kids made the most of your youth! I live with no regrets, but there are times I look back and see I could have taken more chances and not been so safe and by the book.

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