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1 myth we gotta bust! (AmyKism #46)

In 1972 Al Pacino appears on screen as Michael Corleone, in one of my favorites and an oh-so-famous movie, The Godfather.

He delivers one of the film’s most iconic lines in an extraordinary scene, saying to his brother, “It’s not personal, Sonny. It’s strictly business.”

And for decades, moved by his stellar performance, thousands of people quote him.

And it’s total B.S. It was even B.S. for him in the film because his own actions on-screen were incited for very personal reasons.

I’m sure no one needs reminding that his first act of “business” was to commit murder. ‘Nough said.

Watch AmyKism #46 to bust the myth AND to keep it personal… but in a MUCH MORE HEALTHY way! 😉

Enjoy your summer!

Catch a blockbuster, or better yet, go back and watch an oldie but a goodie.

Here’s lookin’ at you, Kid!

Hugs,

AmyK


 




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