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Anti-Hashtag manifesto

Posted on July 11, 2014
Create Art.
Create art that inspires.
Read books.
Read books that inspire.
Because Sometimes We need more than 140 characters. 
And just so you know.
Publishing is far from dead.
we need art more than ever.
The more reality TV shows that exist..
The more we need real stories. 
Real art.
Plus…
Hashtags are overrated.   
And books smell REALLY good. 
So does paint and blank canvases.
Good art inspires us to.. 
Think big. 
Take action.
destroy our limiting beliefs.
In conclusion….
read more.
you can Thank me later. 

 

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Growth

Posted on March 18, 2014

Failing sucks. Getting criticized hurts. I hate falling on my ass.

But muscles grow when they break down. You experiment, fail, rebuild, and get stronger.

Do things that scare you. Strength is developed by leaving what’s comfortable.

Find something you want with all your heart. Make it a burning desire.

Because no matter how difficult things might seem, how impossible they say it is, they can never break your resolve. One day, the universe will reward your ambition. It’s going to hurt. You’re going to sweat and shed tears. But keep fighting. Keep getting stronger. Pain is a good thing. Failure is a GREAT thing. It means you’re growing.

 

 

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On Purpose

Most things in our life are fleeting.  We go through jobs, and cars, relationships and hobbies. That moustache we grew in November is gone.  That dream job ended up sucking. Our college days are now distant memories. The love of your life ended up being a three-week stand. We go through highs and lows, peaks and valleys, destruction and resurrection. Our first car is gone. Our first relationship is over. Our dreams have changed. New cities. New friends. New start.

But a purpose never goes away.

It might change vehicles or form, but a purpose is concrete and always present.

Your purpose might be to inspire, heal or teach. It might be to love, give back, to serve.

Only you can answer that.

Start with the why.

It reveals the how.

Invest in your purpose.

It’s the only thing that lasts.

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