Daily Reflection: Tuesday, May 15th, 2018

Change and innovation is achieved by the ones who are strong enough to withstand the heavy cynicism of the world. And thus I have always shared Mr. Wolfe’s sentiment that being someone that can redirect powerful forces into something ultimately good is a form of success. In end the goal is to leave this world just a little bit better than how we found it, and those who try will always have their critics.

This week in blogging, writing, and content creation: May 5 – May 11, 2018

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Daily Quote: Thursday, May 10th, 2018

Oftentimes I find that whatever task I try and do for the first time I will fail, so does my failure mean I’m a loser? Hell no, in fact I will stress the opposite. To me failure is essentially the natural learning process by in which we learn, and just like all things nature we must fail often in order to succeed. So when you look at a winner, they are essentially a loser that gave it that one more try.

Daily Quote: Monday, May 7th, 2018

Life can be so uncertain and difficult to always depend on others, and yet if approached with a bit of knowledge we can get the help we sometimes so desperately need — but we must be willing to shed our ego and ask for a helping hand. Luckily we get a lot of chances along the way! It is however never wise to be too late in making those tough decisions, because regret can be a terrible thing.

Daily Quote: Sunday, May 6th, 2018

With every fail we get a chance to change our strategy by just a little. Over time, these failures will equal to what can seem like a very large pivot as we get to know and understand our audience. But lets remember that to someone who is looking from a distance, these changes look massive, and to us they’re natural — it’s like looking in the mirror every day and not noticing how we change.