Tag: growth

Jermaine “FunnyMaine” Johnson: A Discussion on Consistency and Growth in the Funny Business

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-dpg2g-bf360f In this episode We have an interview with Jermaine Johnson, a talented creator who’s has built a career doing what he loves as a writer, comedian and actor. He has featured for Kevin Hart, Steve Harvey and Rickey Smiley just to name a few. FunnyMaine is a Bama Football fanatic and I am sure

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Onward

Wow! The month of January seems to be blowing by. I can’t lie this year has been off to a tough, great start. Exercise is regular and I believe it’s almost a solidified habit. Thanks to my lovely accountability partner. When you pick up one of those gym membership that is a true financial investment

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2019: A New Year

Happy New Year’s! The evaluations of the past are done and we’ve made it into 2019. The failures and disappointments of the past year are disposed of, the valuable lessons we’ve learned from them were the only things worth keeping. Today is a new day and most of all it’s a new year. So what

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See It, NO, REALLY SEE IT!

Some bad habits don’t die easy. The consistency that it takes to put them away for good is something that has to be continuously fought for. Especially as it pertains to mental and emotional blocks. When you have trained yourself to constantly see the worst case scenario as the most likely outcome. You tend to

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The Busy Trap

Have you ever had those stints where you feel like you’ve been so busy and when it’s all said and done it feels like there’s not much to show for it? Well that’s a hurdle I have just recently had to get over. I have to really monitor my comings, goings and doings to make

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Back To You

Self Reflection seems to keep creeping in as the the thing that compels me to write. For a month or so I haven’t been posting because I felt like too much self reflection would be pushing me further from where I would like to go with this blog. But on second thought, I’ve realized in

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