FOF #1355 – This Ain’t No Dress Rehearsal

Apr 5, 2011 · 1985 views

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On April 25, Damon L. Jacobs turns 40, and he’s dedicating a series of blog entries–”40 Lessons of 40” to celebrate the aging process and forge a new path for anyone who has been told to fear the inevitable.

Listen as we chat with Damon about how Cher inspired him, and how to become strong, sexy and open-minded at any age.


  1. Avatar Juantana says:

    Damon is super hot for any age.. smart, funny, with a great outlook on life, and that, my friends is *always* sexy!

  2. Avatar RcktMan says:

    I’ve really enjoyed Damon’s “40 Lessons of 40” series. Having recently turned 40 myself, I’ve found that I’m in a much better place physically, mentally and emotionally than I ever have before. That doesn’t necessarily mean everything is perfect.. I’m just dealing with life in a much healthier way than I have in a long time.

    Happy birthday in advance, Damon! 40 is FABULOUS!

  3. Avatar Angela says:

    Great show! I know I feel more comfortable with myself since turning 30. I used to hate (and continue to hate) when clueless adults try to tell teens and twentysomethings that those are the “best years of their life”, because for a lot of them it’s a time of confusion and angst, especially if they’re struggling with bullying or coming out—implying that it only gets worse is what drives a lot of them to contemplate suicide! Kind of a cliche now, but It does Get Better, for the most part.

  4. Avatar Dag says:

    Another FAB show and Damon rocks!! …i’m turning 46 on April 13th and i still feel fabulous! thanks Fausto & Mark – huggz Dagberto

  5. Avatar Andy says:

    Interesting show, one should listen to it!

    Money makes life more comfortable but only to a certain point. If you have too much of it I think it makes life more complicated. I will also never understand people who work really hard just to afford luxury items, I find it so ridiculous.

    Anyway I am sure our materialistic society will change in the next 20 years, there is no unlimited growth in a world with limited resources! Since 1985 we use more resources than our planet can supply in the mid or long-term. Slowly people realize that this world where humans can somehow live independently from nature, with nuclear power plants and lots of plastic products, a world our grandfathers and fathers thought to be the perfect world with unlimited growth and wealth, is a nightmare for our plant and for us.

    • Avatar Angela says:

      Spot on, Andy. There was a study done some years ago in the US that theorized that once a person earns more than USD$75,000 a year, it does nothing to increase their general emotional well-being.

      A bit flawed considering the cost of living varies so widely between big cities and small towns and so earning $75,000/yr wouldn’t have the same level of satisfaction depending where you lived, but it’s backed up by the theory of “affluenza” as well, where people who get to earning huge sums only feel anxiety and stress about maintaining it.

      So money’s kind like vitamins and minerals: you CAN take too much and get a toxic reaction, and should really make sure you’re not depriving others of its life-sustaining potential by, oh I dunno, PAYING YOUR MOTHERPLUCKING TAXES!!!

  6. I love these comments. Thank you so much everyone for listening and sharing your own experiences.

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