Listen, you do not know what's about to hit you. And that's the great thing about life.
How boring would the journey be if you already knew for sure the final destination?
Listen, you're terriers. When terriers go for a car ride, they don't know where they're going.
They don't care where they're going.
They stick their head out the window; they let the wind rush over them and they enjoy the ride.
That's faith. Faith is taking the first step even when you don't see the whole staircase.
I never intended to become a broadcaster. It wasn't even on my radar screen.
When I was a senior in college, I was a lost English major.
I think those are the same thing, right?
Really didn't know what I was gonna do.
My mother actually sent me to secretarial school the summer before,
because she said, "You're not coming home; no matter what."
But I took a course, my senior year, January, in radio broadcasting, a few months before graduation.
A visiting professor from CBS News, after hearing my voice on tape, pulled me aside, and to my utter disbelief,
told me I had a future in broadcast journalism and offered me an internship at WEEI when it used to be an all-news radio station.
For whatever reason, mostly because no one had ever told me that I would amount to anything, basically, I said yeah, OK.
I took the first step, albeit blindly, and it put me on the path to where I am today.