Developing creativity no matter the situation

Developing creativity no matter the situation

I recently heard about a famous author who said the key to his success was (in his own words) simply writing “200 lousy words a day”. He went on to explain that it was the process of starting to write that was often the most difficult for him. If he set aside the time to at least put 200 words down on paper, then inspiration would kick in and he would begin to really form something amazing, often writing for hours.

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"A Daily Checklist" and some thoughts on goal setting

"A Daily Checklist" and some thoughts on goal setting

This brings me to the conversation that I had with a friend lately. She talked about making a checklist that she could review every night to keep her accountable to who she wants to be. A list that has all of the goals that she was working on and that included steps to achieving them. This list could include questions like: Did I read today? Did I workout? Did I try my hardest at work? Did I take time to tell those close to me that I loved them? Did I eat healthy?

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You are in the driver's seat

You are in the driver's seat

Sometimes life can feel like we aren't in control, I of all people can relate to that. Work can feel repetitive and romantic relationships stagnant. Personal fitness goals can seem impossible and recreation inexistent. I admit that at times it can feel like the universe has plotted against our existence and that our goals simply won't come to fruition. 

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I sold my accessory brand and here are four things that I learned

I sold my accessory brand and here are four things that I learned

Wile a college student I founded and sold a men’s accessory brand called Sir Wylde. This brand discusses some of the things I learned from working in the fashion industry and some things that you can apply yourself in order to not make the same mistakes that I did.

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2016: The year in review...

2016: The year in review...

As the year is coming to a close, I'm writing this blog to reflect on the past and also plan for the future. In this post I'll share some of the highlights of 2016, some of the lessons that I learned in 2016 and also some of my goals for 2017. This blog serves as a journal to me in a way, so yes this is going to be personal.

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The Ultimate Guide to Building Your Personal Brand

The Ultimate Guide to Building Your Personal Brand

he information in this post is very in-depth and specific. It is valuable and has had a major effect on my life. If you are serious about building your personal brand (which I believe you should be), then I would suggest that you take time to analyze my thoughts and look at the examples I've provided. I don't write these blogs for recreation, but to provide real value to your life.

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Why college education may be difficult for a student entrepreneur

Why college education may be difficult for a student entrepreneur

Anyone who knows me personally must be thinking, "well, this is going to be interesting" and to be honest, it's true that I haven't exactly been the biggest advocate for college, especially since I've been introduced to the world of entrepreneurship. Unfortunately, it seems that as I have gained a greater understanding of how the world actually operates, I have also grown a sense of disappointment for the institution that I spend 30+ hours on every week.

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Casey Neistat, Three Things I've Learned From The Man Behind the Camera

Casey Neistat, Three Things I've Learned From The Man Behind the Camera

You've likely heard of Casey Neistat (the videographer legend from NYC), at least I know I've written about him briefly on this blog before. What you may not know, however, is Casey's story of becoming and also the positive impact that he makes in the world every day.

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