You probably know this:
I'm a longtime listener of Coffee with Scott Adams, the daily doozy of edutainment from the Dilbert creator and best-selling persuasion author.
If you're familiar with Scott, then you probably also know this:
For years, Scott has mused about how bizarre his life is.
Any given morning, Scott will be checking the day's headlines before going live for the Simultaneous Sip, when all of a sudden . . . the news is about him!
I had that precise experience for the very first time this week.
I skimmed the news story in my inbox, and what do I see?
"...ghostwriter Joshua Lisec..." next to a photo of the United Kingdom's Prince Harry.
My first thought was, Yougottabekiddingme.
My second thought was, Why couldn't I have become world-famous for #Badverbs first?
In any case, I got to experience a day in the life of Scott Adams: I read the news, and it was about me.
Anyhow . . .
If you want to know the reason for these shenanigans . . .
Check out my viral Twitter thread that started it all:
The first tweet in that thread has 123,000 views so far.
Is yours next?
Click the big hyperlink above.
P.S. If you'd prefer something a little less ... tabloidy, check out my interview with executive coach Eric Anderton, entitled How to Write Persuasive(ly).