"Your stuff suddenly becomes 90% cooler when you decide to sell it." - Rachel fagan
Always be selling. Selling your ideas. Marketing your art. Closing deals. Collaborating. The avg American will spend about 967-1000 dollars on Christmas according to motley fool this year. Are you ready? Sell some stuff. Buy from yard sales and flip it or sell your old stuff. Use statricks.com to find out how to price cellphones, computers, or clothes. Sell yourself online through ebay, craigslist, yardsales.net, or gsalr.com. Put some money in your wallet.💵
Collaboration...we all have our favorite collaborations in music, fashion, gaming and many others. They inspire us and leave us wanting more. We discuss what it takes to collab. The struggle. The process. Thank you @kingbounge for blessing us with your talents today. Check out our podcast. @daydot_mizoguchi takes us on an interesting conversation into collaboration.
Took a week off from the gym. Wrist healed up. Going back to hypertrophy workouts to get my size up in some key areas so I can crush it on some PRs in later months. Always keep your training specific and strategic. Stay focused and always be learning. And get some sun ☀️. If it helps Superman, how much more so will sun help your body and attitude.
"Gotta keep your day 1 fans first." - Brey Kush No matter how big your circle or following gets, remember the ones who have always been there for you in everything. Good interview about music, anime, and life perspectives. Episode 13 of what I learned from comics dropping tomorrow. Check out brey kush new album "Sand" on iTunes, Google play, and spotify. Listen to my podcast, What I Learned From Comics... on Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/what-i-learned-from-comics/id1383388499?mt=2
Hope you had a good September. Celebrate. Now, it's time to get more focused. 3 months from now, you can be in a completely different space, mentally, spiritually and financially. What is your goal this month?
New comics coming out of Baltimore! Interviewed Paris Johnson, creator of Ghostwing comic. Biggest takeaways from my time with him. •Look for ways to help yourself stay inspired and focused during your creative process. • Baltimore has a story to be told. Through all its tragedies, it's a resilient city. • We can have flaws but be virtuous. •The strength you get from family can help you hit your goal.
Listen to my podcast, What I Learned From Comics... on Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/what-i-learned-from-comics/id1383388499?mt=2
Repeat after me: "There's nothing small about what we do!" Working on podcast format this morning for "untitled" project with @daydot_mizoguchi. Felt super humbled around all the law students but I like that. Let's go!
Big lifts coming. 3 things that have helped me on my journey so far • Some of your biggest challenges are mental and not physical. Sometimes you aren't putting up the weight because you are too afraid of dropping it. Don't be. Test it out. • Improve your weaknesses I needed to work my core, hips, legs and shoulders to get stronger for other things. You can't just do arms (still work arms though 😁). •Don't make excuses People don't want to hear reasons why you aren't improving or why you aren't in the gym. Don't waste time telling them. Keep a schedule. Listen to your body. Feed it well and work it hard. •Get mentors. When I do some exercises, I think of my mentors and what they would say if they were watching me. @13lake.g telling me go slower and get a hard contraction. @feeling_brave telling me control your breathing and watch your form on squats. @_teflontom challenging me to do more. @savagenation3.0 challenging my doubts by working past the pain.
Feeling like I'm on 4th and inches. Exciting times Just taking what God will give me. Listening 2 Tai Lopez webinar with adrian Morrison outside. Biggest takeaways •if you want to reach a big goal, it comes at a cost. •build a business that takes care of your lifestyle. •stop applying all your hustle to the wrong ideas. •look for ways to make money online. Make a system work for you as hard as you are working for a system (your job).