Unless you've been living under a rock for the last 5 years, you are aware of the staple that social media has become in business, and in everyday life. If you spend 2 minutes on Instagram you will find someone you've never heard of before who has 10k followers and their profile says "public figure". … Continue reading The Secret To Becoming Well Known For What You Do
"This is a tough universe. Only the tigers survive. And even they have a hard time" - L Ron Hubbard
The first quarter of the year is over and I thought it would be a good idea to revisit this article.
You can never write too much. A singer can never sing too much, a painter could never paint too much. Enjoy the process.
This universe doesn't cater to the weak. It's designed to destroy us. It is not the supportive friend who says "yes! You can do it!" when we want to change our lives. This universe puts up an ugly fight.
The right people are people who can inspire you, and validate who you are as a person and artist.
When I started writing 20 years ago, I did it to express my loves and frustrations in life. Later I did it to sort out my own thoughts. I never thought about pursuing a writing career. Then, a few years ago I started toying with the idea, but the timing was way off. Fast forward … Continue reading 20 Years of Writing and Not a Single Publication
I restarted my blog in January of this year (2017). It was originally titled Real Talk and was intended to share personal and universal truths based on 15 years of study and personal life experience. I recently changed the title to Life in the Leap to reflect my journey into becoming a published author and … Continue reading An open invitation to bloggers
Have you ever noticed that really productive people are usually really energetic, and unproductive people are often "tired and overworked". Doesn't that strike you as a contradiction? Shouldn't the highly productive people be more tired than the unproductive? After all, they are expending more energy than the unproductive. The answer is simple. Productive people generally … Continue reading Production is the Basis of Morale
I grew up in a household where its members never went passed middle school. One of the members was my uncle who was worse off because he was illiterate. The only job he could get was washing dishes. He's still washing dishes at 63. I learned the importance of education early on, and as a … Continue reading My Submission To Write For Sesame Street