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Through the years (especially the last four years), I’ve seen myself grow into a maginificent being. Today marks my 29th birthday, and I must say I’m so unbelievably grateful for the last year.  More ups than downs, but I consider downs to be ups, too. The learning process along the way and the endless, life-long […]

If I am through learning, I am through. – John Wooden Vishen Lakhiani of Mindvalley said, “when people graduate from university, that’s their official graduation from learning.  Who wants to stop learning?!” That was perfectly put.  People who have more information have a tremendous advantage over the others that don’t.  I’m not saying to completely […]

Athletic ‘stars’ such as Lebron James, Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry & more are considered role models and heroes in a many of communities across America; yet, they rarely sign autographs for fans or give back to fans/communities. If you look at Cristiano Ronaldo, Messi, and other football players in Europe, they have more than 100 […]

I loved reading Lisa Nichols book in terms of relationships that come and go in our lives, and it reminds me a lot of Tyler Perry’s ‘Madea Goes To Jail’ play where he explained metaphorically about a tree.  You are the tree, and you have leaves, branches, and roots.  Friends go into all categories just how […]

“Your subconscious mind does not argue with you.  It accepts what your conscious mind decrees.  If you say, “I can’t afford it,” your subconscious mind works to make it true.  Select a better thought.  Decree, “I will buy it.  I accept it in my mind.” Dr. Joseph Murphy – Like what I’ve said in my […]

Track & Field in high school Those 200m, 300m, and 400m intervals that made me feel faint, dizzy, legs burning, and wanting to throw up after practice everyday were grueling.  As an athlete, these days, including heels and bleachers, are the days we dread.  The days I used to dread.  However, little did I know […]

With the news littered with pseudo-writers complaining about why there should be an age limit on Everest, I realized Tim Ferris talked about a specific climber who reached that unrelenting zone at everest where your body literally begins to die.  Oh, he did it in shorts and shoes. Just to elaborate on “Death Zone” (for […]