A gentleman treats people well at work and at home.

— Oscar de la Renta, designer


A man who works with his hands is a laborer; a man who works with his hands and his brain is a craftsman; but a man who works with his hands and his brain and his heart is an artist.

— Louis Nizer

One thing I’ve realized is that you never stop learning from your father. Even when you’re an adult, and your dad is like, so old.

— Excerpt from Fathers And Sons on Dad Revolution


Keep chasing what you want.


…the true meaning of amateur is someone who practices a study, sport or past time for the passion of it and the passion to learn it rather than for the money.

— Kenny (smonkyouon Twitter) as he remembers the words of Bruce Dickinson, the lead singer for Iron Maiden

“So little dude…find what your passion is and do that…if you get paid for it that’s awesome…if you pick it as a career but lose that passion run away, find something else to pay the bills and find your passion again. Stay an amateur (even if you get paid) it’s more fun.” – Written by Kenny to his baby son Miloh


The most important piece of advice I ever got was from my father. He said: “Follow your dreams and look after your friends.”

— Bear Grylls