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Photo by Anthony Young on Unsplash Today I had two main goals in mind. The first was to watch Hustle, the new movie with Adam Sandler as a scout in the NBA. I watched it. Next, I wanted to start reading a book called The Wealthy Gardener that a friend had recommended to me. I got about 20 pages in when I had to stop. It’s not like this book has bee ...
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For writers Discouragement for breakfast, followed by a bold sip of coffee. For once, I am at a loss for words. Photo by Tengyart on Unsplash Words are what often drives me — clandestine, juxtaposition, redundant, impediment — those words, the ones too pretentious to speak aloud, that I find most beautiful. I’ve come to understand that I am exceedi ...
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Photo by Ales Nesetril on Unsplash He said once: “Computers lack a sense of finality to them. When I write something, I don’t want to be able to run from it.” This was a lie. He was addicted to my ability to keep his secrets. — Phil Kaye, Numbers Man Once, she sent a personal essay to the New York Times only for it to get rejected. I didn’t see her ...
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Here’s why Photo by Aditya Saxena on Unsplash “Where do you see yourself in the next five to ten years?” It was a simple question, but I was stumped for an answer. The interview process had been going fine and I had really showed my skills and abilities in the process. Yet as I fumbled to give a response, I thought of the option to give a textbook ...
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Photo by Chris Chow on Unsplash Baseball started today. Watching my team, N.Y. Mets, face off with Washington Nationals. The whistle of a fastball and the chirps of birds are back. Spring has started. Protracted lock out nearly locked us in a long winter. Baseball-less year wouldn’t have killed me. I made it through the worst of Covid with you all. ...
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What if I fail? You have asked yourself that question before. And it's perfectly normal, a sign of growth. But let someone talk to you about it in this article.
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Time is NOT Money…Time is truly scarce and the only currency that really matters.
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Money does not buy happiness, money buys freedom. Having a bit of wealth means the possibility of taking time off from work when feeling burned out or sick.
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Have you ever found yourself in a place where you aren’t your true self? We withhold a part of ourselves from the world with a fear of being judged or bullied. This is the basis of our armor, similar to physical armor, this mental armor protects our vulnerable places. To be vulnerable means getting an unstable feeling when we share or do something ...
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thinking, fast and slow. Photo by Tachina Lee on Unsplash “Intelligence is not only the ability to reason; it is also the ability to find relevant material in memory and to deploy attention when needed.” ― Daniel Kahneman, Thinking, Fast and Slow Cognitive bias occurs because of distortion or change in perception from rational to irrational in maki ...
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Elements of Design — Perspective, Composition and Gestalt principle’s Self-taken picture of me — Exploring Ever wondered what being creative actually is? Often people equate “creative” with “artistic” Well… No! It’s not a fixed trait, nobody is born with creative genes. Being the person who never used scale in college days I would rather prefer rou ...
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Lessons learned from early struggles and why relying on the standard DTC Playbook may not be the be-all end-all via https://burrow.com/blog/guidance/how-to-move-without-losing-it If you look on Twitter or do a quick Google search, you’ll find a ton of chatter about the foolproof DTC playbook. Everyone has ideas about the surefire ways that young DT ...
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Ever have those days where trying so hard to reach success, no matter what, something appears to be holding you back and a series of being sent backward? Well, today is the very best day to organize your life and develop techniques to accomplish individual success in life. You will need to work hard and make a commitment to reach success with your ...
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We all have our peculiar reading tastes that we don’t need to defend — de gustibus.Read the full story ...
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How Omigo was built on lessons learned from an ecommerce expert, and why never forgetting the small things is the biggest lesson of all Via https://myomigo.com/products/omigo#slide-8 The best way to learn something is by doing, which is a lesson that Thomas Lotrecchiano’s father taught him early on in his career. Thomas and his father started Omigo ...
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‘It’s always going to be a nightmare’ ‘Mediocrity knows nothing higher than itself but talent instantly recognizes genius’ Photo by Samuel Regan-Asante on Unsplash My award for the best graduating student in my undergrad should grant me a direct ticket to any of the IVY’s League. As a matter of fact, I was not only passionate about good grades, I w ...
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How To Decide When You Should Go For It Photo Credit: Adobe Photostock I recently started a YouTube channel… I know, it seems pretty daring to start something like this in 2021 after YouTube is fully established and the algorithm… well…“it is what it is.” It's especially daring when you find out what type of YouTube channel I started… let’s just sa ...
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How to live your life with no regrets? Image by Jill Wellington from Pixabay If you seek success in life, I’d like to share a framework that may work for you to achieve the *successes that you always wanted. I’ve been studying many successful people over several years and followed a few people whose ideas resonate with me. I started to notice simil ...
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Perhaps we need to learn to become friends with our here and now to build better tomorrows.Read the full story ...
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Stress stresses everyone. There is no one that is aloof of it. This menace bogs each of us once down. I often find myself in its clutch, looking for some sources and support to get released from its grip. What works wonders for me is the art of submitting myself to nature. It is that one thing or friend(if you personify it like me!) that never disa ...
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