Is this the new Handshake?

Lately, I’ve experienced a strange phenominum with handshakes. Is this happening to you? Let me know when I missed the memo for the change.

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6 thoughts on “Is this the new Handshake?

  1. Daniel Johnson Jr

    Hi Larry,

    I found your post via the NaPodPoMo aggregate feed. When I saw the title, I was expecting to hear something about how people are compensating for the threat of H1N1. Instead, I was treated to something a bit more hilarious.

    In college my roommates and I had this 8-step handshake we’d do. It took a while to master all 8 steps, but once we’d gotten them down, we tried to see how fast we could do it. It was crazy.

    Thanks for being a fellow participant in NaPodPoMo. All the best as you continue this month!

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    1. Larry Hendrick Post author

      Thanks a bunch Daniel. My question is, can you still do the 8-step handshake? And if so, how much speed have you lost in the last pfssst years, since college?

      Also, which podcast is yours? I’ve been slowly working through the ones in the feed and don’t remember one with your name, however, I’m still way behind.

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    1. Larry Hendrick Post author

      That’s really cool. I’ll make sure and get to yours as soon as I can. That sounds like an interesting idea. I’m always amazed at the creativity of the people who choose to share with others.

      I did Motivation on the Run for a long time and finally let it die a natural death, although they are still downloaded as much as ever. Jennifer conned convinced me into NaPodPoMo this year and because of living in my car, I decided on a short format as something different. It is different than a 20-30 minute podcast, but fun.

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  2. Daniel Johnson Jr

    I think the key for me to get something like my NaPodPoMo project going is to have a well-documented production process so that I can just knock off all the tasks, one-by-one, as needed.

    You live in your car? That’s got to be interesting. I bet that means you’re able to consume a lot of audio content, too.

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    1. Larry Hendrick Post author

      “Live in my car” would be a metaphor. I drive about 4000 miles each month and yes, there is time for audio consumption at times. Many days are spent with DSRs (Distributor Sales Reps), so the speakers are silent, but when I’m alone … yeah.

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