The Bad Thought Tornado is a long-lasting cycle of cynical thoughts that slowly deteriorates one's self-esteem, posing as a legitimate problem making it increasingly difficult to leave its bottomless pit of negativity. Damn.

A week of doing nothing

Over the past week, I tried doing nothing. At least, nothing regarding writing/reading/work. Supposedly, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, and other big names have done it because of the copious amount of benefits it brings; catch up on sleep, get away from work, think of new and better ideas. Some say that the biggest ideas they... Continue Reading →

The Bad Thought Tornado

I was dating this girl for about 8 months, she was real cool. We got along really well and, to be honest, I thought I loved this girl. Then one day, she decided to cheat on me. Twice. I brushed it off like I do everything bad that happens to me and pretended I was okay, not knowing... Continue Reading →

Human Fertilization Taught Me More Than Just Life

Competition is higher than ever and the almost-unimaginable skill level humanity has reached makes the work force seem like a race you shouldn't even begin. Plus, add the internet into the mix and you give millions of people access to unlimited knowledge and endless opportunities. Even with all these Albert Einstein Jrs. walking around, you still wouldn't believe what some people are sacrificing just for a job promotion or... Continue Reading →

On-call

If you've ever worked a job that requires you to be on-call, you know that it can take a toll on your body and brain.  You know that it restricts what activities can you do, limit the places you can go, mess with your sleeping pattern, and worst of all, stick that thought of being called-in to the back of your head. And... Continue Reading →

Definition: A "mini-trip" often occurs when a random thought pops in your head at a random time throughout the day, however, offering deep insight, and, giving an internal feeling of creativity and focus. In What's Got You Trippin' Part 2, I pitched a natural method to try that would hopefully increase your chances to experience a mini-trip. Although my way... Continue Reading →

As I got older studying became less and less enjoyable. School became a drag and homework assignments were slowly becoming optional. The thought of popping an Adderall and/or smoking the devils lettuce to spice things up constantly crossed my mind, but I was determined to find a natural way to make studying more interesting. I tried PowerPoints, YouTube videos and Audio Books, but nothing really... Continue Reading →

Dr. Shelly Cameron- Person of the Week

Bio: Dr. Shelly Cameron is an Author, Speaker, OD Consultant and Coach. She has researched the topic of Success and written 3 books on Success Strategies and Leadership. Her research titled “The Leadership Challenge” was published in the Journal of American Academy of Business Cambridge (JAABC). She now uses the results of her research to connect... Continue Reading →

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