(Thanks to my brother John for suggesting the title of this post).
Every month Esquire Magazine publishes a feature where famous and sometimes not-so-famous people talk about what they've learned during their lifetime on earth. I always enjoy this feature, but the only time I ever cut one out and hung it on my bulletin board was Alice Cooper. Among his words of wisdom are these two I highlighted:
Never be late. When you're late, what you're saying is that your time is more important than the other person's time. That's pretty egotistical.
You have to treat your wife like you treated her first you first met her and were trying to get her in bed.