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 can remember being in high school and asking myself repeatedly why am I taking this math lesson I will never use this and like what sense does it make. But as I got older I came to realize the math was very necessary. It certainly applies to life. I have learned that if I got older I use the system of banking which is math when it comes to life. Think about it, at the bank you have leverage, assets, with drawls, deposits, investments, fees,


There are many people who will tell you that whatever you go you take yourself with you. that’s only partially true, you actually take your knowledge with you and if you’re willing to use it properly it can work to your advantage. Knowledge is leverage. It has been stated many times before that many Street practices apply to everyday business. The key to any business success is passion and finding a hole and filling it. What is it that people desperately need what is it they desire what is it they want. If it’s not drugs, then it could be to (listen to the podcast)

October 5, 2017

Blind Vision


Not long ago I started an additional venture which I had no idea would take off like it did. it became huge, bigger than I had ever anticipated, unfortunately, I didn't have the time or the manpower to tend to it. You have to be careful when you venture out and do something that you're passionate about. you never know if it's going to take off. But there is a good chance that it will.

Well it did and at the end of the day I tried to put together a team way too fast to make it work and they weren't ready nor were they really interested. They were blind because they didn't see my vision and I gave up on it myself because I became overwhelmed with other things. In addition, I believe their negative influence and lack of (check out the Podcast for the rest)


Trying to please others is like being on life-support eventually you're going to have to pull the plug

Unfortunately caring for other people is often viewed as a weakness. Just look at social media as the greatest indicator. It's all about me, what I do what I eat where I go and who I know. Me, me, me, me, me it's OK (listen to the podcast for more)


If life is best when we challenge ourselves why do we settle for what doesn't work for us and continue to repeat the same mistakes?


Quite often when we are not satisfied or not happy with our lives we try to figure out why in the midst of the forest. It's not possible to do that and you will continue to be frustrated. You have to leave the forest in order to gain perspective. Most people call it a "vacation" a week or two away from your ... (listen to the podcast for more) Contact for more info or for advertising


Stop trying to take people with they don't want to go or you'll end up where you don't want to be. It's amazing how often we think it we're helping someone by showing them the way they may even be receptive to it but chances are they have already made up their mind and they're mind can't be changed...


Never get mad at someone else for not seeing your value. It's not their job. But many of us waste time not days not months but years waiting for someone to recognize how great we are. it's not their job... it's ours.  Today's millennial's don't wait, they ...

September 2, 2017

Commercial Radio in Trouble?

Kevin Ross from the Radio Facts Radio Show interviews Professor Larry Miller about his controversial white paper RADIO ON THE DIGITAL CLIFF:
 A Study of the Changing Audio Entertainment Paradigm and Radio's Response
Highly respected music industry expert, and head of the Steinhardt Music Business Program at New York University,  

Larry Miller, released a special report today, titled PARADIGM SHIFT: WHY RADIO MUST ADAPT TO THE RISE OF DIGITAL, which details the current state of terrestrial radio in the United States. The report examines the significant business and social challenges faced by one of the country's oldest media sectors. The paper was published this morning on Mr. Miller's website,, and provides an in-depth analysis of how and why audiences are abandoning radio as their primary source of music discovery and enjoyment and the resulting diminishing economic importance of radio to the music industry.

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