Say No! to almost everything ; P

DISCLAIMER: STRONG FUCKING LANGUAGE There are certain things that we do in our daily lives that restrict our creativity. Well, to be more specific, we waste our creativity.   So what do I mean? Well, everyday we refill our creative tanks, or what is better known as mental energy. Some of us can study for… Continue reading Say No! to almost everything ; P

In Effort to be Seen: The Artist’s Dilemma

In some way or another, every post I make, every video I upload, behind everything I do, it is all at least partially motivated to be seen. I want to provide value for people, and so whenever I share something, that intent is behind it. Now it’s all fine and dandy for someone to want… Continue reading In Effort to be Seen: The Artist’s Dilemma

Being a Gentlemen, VLogging, and Customer Service

  Disclaimer:This is a continuation of my previous post, “The Tar of New Things Trying“.   In that post I talked about trying out new things. And I thought I talked a big game, and showed nothing to back it up. So here is my “let me explain” post.   So I talked about trying… Continue reading Being a Gentlemen, VLogging, and Customer Service

The Art of not caring, and continually creating

When you’re trying to be a successful blogger, youtuber, ie Creative, you are continuously creating and publishing. And you will have videos/posts, that will do well, but you will also have videos/posts that won’t. And that is part of the daily grind.   The purpose to your creativity is to create, not be admired. You… Continue reading The Art of not caring, and continually creating

Having Creative Habits: How to Create like a Pro

When looking at professionals creators(artists, writers, etc), people that have their livelihood depend on their creativity, they have routines to continually harness their creativity.   Now let’s go to the ordinary creative. The people that depend on those lucky creative outbursts in order to be creative. They are slaves to circumstance, and most of them… Continue reading Having Creative Habits: How to Create like a Pro