I recently launched the physical copy of my book, “The Game of Life and Poker: The Lessons I Learned On and Off the Felt.” It’s available on Amazon, or for a signed copy complete with […]
If you were to give me one million dollars right now, nothing would change. Really. I mean that. My day to day living would not change…
I awoke this morning to the very sad news that Sir Sean Connery (famed James Bond actor) passed away today at the age of 90 years (1930–2020). Needless to say, I was left shaken and stirred.
In my last article, I wrote about how we shouldn’t be wasting our time on such trivial things, day in and day out.
We both know the type; he or she parties every night. Heck, we’ve both probably been that type. They live for today, not tomorrow.
I’m going to do something I have never done before; I’m going to rank every James Bond movie, from worst to first.
I was always into literature and writing. From getting my thoughts out onto paper, whether it was writing or drawing up a comic or short story, or even love notes to all the ladies.
Why not take the time to learn about what makes you happy and what lessons you can learn from an experience, and take a positive from it?
Here I was, a white 11 year old in a very suburban town of 1,000 people, listening to the likes of artists they probably hadn’t heard of.