A few months ago I wrote about an old world craftsman by the name of Arlin Liss who hand makes unique cigar humidors. I was so taken by his work that I hired him. The above picture is of the cigar humidor he just completed for me.
I’ve called Arlin Liss the Michelangelo of cigar humidor makers.
I saw Michelangelo’s Pieta’ — considered the greatest sculpture in history — in Saint Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican in Rome, Italy.
I’ve also seen Michelangelo’s David in Florence, Italy.
But I think Arlin Liss is just as good.
Okay, maybe I’m waxing poetic here, but you get the idea.
Arlin is a master craftsman, an artist with wood, who loves what he does and infuses his work with that love.
Consider: Are you doing what you love, with passion and skill, so others see an artist at work?
If not, why not?
PS – My original post on Arlin and prosperity thinking is at http://blog.mrfire.com/uncategorized/question-prosperity-or-problem/
PPS – You can see more pictures of my new humidor at www.arlinliss.com/_Cocobolo/Joe%20Vitale/Humidor_Details.htm (It’s expected to arrive here on Thursday.)