You get a name, you get an address. It’s nothing personal. We’ve all had to work through the occasional civilian who’s stood between eyes and the prize.
What you do today informs who you’re gonna be tomorrow. You got to work it like your f***ing back’s against the wall. You don’t just work the territory, you own your territory.
The only way this works is if you believe that you’re these people so much that you dream like them.
In my line of work, you have to understand the patterns that govern the world. You have to learn how to read the curve. Spend as long as I have doing it, it can help you see the future. It holds steady, it promises harmony. It inches up or down, you know that means something.[to Amanda]