Posts Tagged ‘Books’

12 Positive Things You Can Focus On To Ease Your Coronavirus Concerns

(I originally published this piece on Medium). Information is important, but information overload can cause unneeded stress and anxiety. With more time than usual to turn on the TV or scroll through social media, many of us are constantly immersed in Coronavirus conversation. Who is or isn’t worried, who’s still going out to bars, and…

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Your 7 Point Cheat Sheet For Becoming Unstoppable (While Stuck At Home)

Whether a new challenge in life is either a hardship or an opportunity completely depends on how you choose to look at it. For the first time I can remember, the way of life of every living human on earth has been altered. The coronavirus has affected all of us in one way or another,…

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5 Years In The Making: My First Book Is LIVE

How To Identify Your Own Love Needs

One of the best, but perhaps most challenging things about love, is that each of us feel, express, and experience it differently. Perhaps this is why it is such a difficult emotion to explain, because of how subjective it can be. What this teaches us is that the person we end up with may not…

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Get ‘The Gentleman’s Advantage’ On Amazon Now!

As some of you may know, I am currently working with a New York City based agent on a book proposal which will be sent out to large publishers! I am very excited to be on the path to being a published author with a physical book! However, I do recognize the amount of time…

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I Want A Girl Who Reads

Not only am I sharing this because it is a brilliant poem, but also because I’ve been fortunate enough to find a girl who reads, and everything he says in this video is true. Enjoy! Did you enjoy this post? Enter your email here to be notified when new content is published! Click here to…

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Change is good: Why you should fight against inertia.

We all know the basic definition of inertia from high school science class — something will keep doing exactly what it’s doing unless a stronger outside force acts upon it to change its direction. Here’s the catch though — it’s the same for people’s lives as well. We see it every day (or even experience…

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