Do you know how I like to think of myself? As a human being. Because under the heavens, under the sky, there is but one family. –Bruce Lee More wisdom dropped during the Bruce Lee podcast. “On Being Human” released on March 15 and comes during a time when there is a lot of negativity…Read moreRead more
Day 1 of spring break 2017 went off very well after a nightmarish drive down. The People Mover was shockingly more than just a slow ride around Tomorrowland. Of course, there were Teacups, the Carrousel and parades.
19 hours…NINETEEN HOURS!!!! I can’t believe it took us that long to get down to Florida. Such a long day. I was physically incapacitated trying to get out of bed the next day. My arm was dead until the afternoon. Luckily that stayed away.
Our first official spring break as parents happened earlier this month. It didn’t get off on the right foot thanks to Avis rental car. It took them awhile to get us our refund. A lot longer than it should have. The car worked out ok, but an ominous mood lurked over the first day of…Read moreRead more
Getting through my email the other day I came across James Altucher’s post from March 16 “How My Podcast Downloads Doubled Overnight.” He discusses various topics including the growth of podcasting, ways to increase downloads, and if podcasts make money. What interested me the most is his advice to “Have a Unique Vision.” On this…Read moreRead more
So I’ve had a YouTube channel/account for years. It’s always served as a platform of consumption. From structured business accounts (Collider, Schmoes Know and Nerdist) to personal channels and vlogs (Jawiin, Casey Neistat and John Saddington) I enjoy tons of content. However, with my drive to produce more than I consume I decided to start…Read moreRead more
There was some big Twitter blowback not too long ago in the comic world after these comments from Axel Alonzo, Editor-In-Chief of Marvel Comics: There are fewer artists that impact sales than there are writers, Alonso said, and they’re harder to promote. “It’s harder to pop artists these days,” he said. “There is no apparatus…Read moreRead more
Today I discuss this quote from Bruce Lee and how it pertains to me:
“We tend to have more faith in what we imitate than what we originate. We feel we cannot derive a sense of absolute certitude from anything which has it’s root in us. The most poignant sense of insecurity comes from standing alone, and we are not alone when we imitate.”
Lunchtime doodle. I’m trying to make this my first true sketchbook in awhile. Working out ideas and taking up all of the available space on the page.
Quick Cap from the last part of lunch