HOW in the world do those graffiti guys get those signs or stories or signals or whatever they are on impossible to get to places on the interstate road signs? Fascinating! I mean look at the picture above. They had to climb to an impossible place with tons of paint and balance themselves on a pole while painting. Who are these guys? Michelangelo painted the Sistine Chapel laying on his back but this looks harder. Who are these guys? If you look at the picture you can see that the task must have required a couple of hours to finish. I guess they have an optimal painting time between 2 a.m. and 4 a.m. How is it that they didn’t get caught and charged with ‘interstate sign climbing’? Maybe the State Police didn’t see the artist up there while they were making their rounds. How is it that none of these guys, or gals, have never fallen off the sign and?
How do they do it?
It’s call volition. It’s called will. You can read about it on another of my stories. Volition. This artistry is in their DNA and they’ve just got to get it out and show the world what they can do. They have a talent and they not only show it but they work on it, improve it, catch onto new ideas and patterns, read about it in interstate sign monthly magazine, change colors and find new places to put it.
It’s called volition and it’s called ‘constant and improving performance’. It’s called working at your trade, working at your passion. It’s called applying yourself, all of which is easy to do if you find your passion. Find that thing in your heart and soul that you’ve want to give.
My name is Paul Karem. I want to give you a way to make customer service the ingredient that improves the path of your goals, your business and your passion.
I’d love to meet you on this website, or up on the interstate sign.