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3 Rules To Being A Boss



Want to be your own boss? Tired of taking orders from someone that is stealing your ideas? Or you just want to have a voice in the big decisions? Well, it is easier said than done, but we have 3 rules you need to start up your own business.


Find a way to prove that you’re a true master at your subject, whether it’s by performing publicly, competing in tournaments, on websites, getting featured in the press, writing about your knowledge or showing it off in YouTube videos and Instagram pictures to make the entire civilized world recognize your expertise firsthand.

Find a subject you’re passionate about, and learn every single thing about it so you become an expert. It doesn’t matter if you love art, music, sports, finance, business, design, entertainment, food, and travel or even poetry — and it also doesn’t matter if your friends, family, and common sense all tell you there’s no money to be made from it. Follow your heart, work your butt off becoming a master at whatever it is that you love, and you will be rewarded financially as there’s tremendous value in expertise.


For ANY business the process of running the can be complex and far less “sexy” than one may believe. Take the time to focus on the ends and outs of the business. Most people focus on the outcome as in how much money they will make vs what would it take to function on daily basis.  Think about what type of credentials do you need, are you covered legally, what does your day to day operations intel; are just some of the questions you should ask yourself.

Even with the music industry, their is still a business that operates on daily basis. Though most people view the videos and lifestyle. This is what music industry A&R vet Tim Reliy had to say “From sorting out the ownership of a song and juggling publishing splits, royalty rates, unlicensed samples, and censorship issues, music supervision goes far beyond just creatively finding the right song for visual media. It’s a very lengthy process that has as much to do with budgets and clearances. “


Devise a plan on how you will execute and succeeded at your goals. Would you walk in the desert without supplies? If you have any sanity the answer would be “No”.  The plan should be written and reviewed on monthly at least. The plan should include weekly, monthly, and yearly goals that you want to achieve.

Even though the initial spirit of most deals or partnerships begins with good intentions, some people forget about the goals and begin to focus only on the deal, money, and commitments. The plan will help everyone stay on target. 

Now go forth and BOSS UP!


NY To DC In 29 Minutes Is Becoming More Real



A current trip from NY to D.C. takes more than three hours. Elon Musk is close to making a way for you to travel that same distance in 29 minutes.

Musk’s Boring Company has received a permit for preparation and preliminary excavation. In July, Elon Musk tweeted that he had received verbal government approval to build a multi-state underground Hyperloop on the East Coast.

Stations for the Hyperloop would be relatively small and toned down compared to the stations we’re used to, such as Union Station and Penn Station. There would be a main line running between the four aforementioned cities, with smaller lines spurring out from the city’s central station for other potential destinations.

No details have been released on how the specs of the trains. But damn if this works you can imagine more major cities will be adopting this text. Imagine going from LA to NY in just 2 hours.

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Top 5 Ways To Manage Stress



The daily grind is getting more chaotic and more chaotic. Each passing day adds more and more stress, that can overwhelming. Allowing stress to build up can lead to serious health problems as well as ruin your personal relationships. So, we decided to do some of the work for you and look into 5 of the best ways to manage stress.

1.  Plan Your Day

If cleanliness is next to godliness, where does that leave organization? Probably right beside the former. Though we all like to think that we’ll remember everything, the reality is that no one is perfect. Whether we like it or not, we will forget something at some point. Sometimes it’s small and insignificant, but sometimes it’s your wedding anniversary. Using a daily planner — and sticking with it — will ensure that your time is well-managed and you set your priorities correctly. This should save you from the stress of forgetting something important and will also free up time to start up a stress-killing hobby or activity.

2. Psychologist Are Our Friends

Yes, there’s an actual reason for all those medical specialists dedicated to the study and treatment of the mind. While mental health disorders remain some of the least understood and most stigmatizing out there, psychologists nowadays are well versed in cognitive behavioral therapies and other psychological relaxation techniques that have been scientifically proven to reduce stress. So fight the fear and go get some help if you’re really struggling with stress.

3. Get A Massage

Just because it’s common sense doesn’t make it any less effective. Some evidence indicates massages reduce your heart rate and cortisol levels. Other evidence suggests that, while there aren’t any long-lasting physiological benefits, massages reduce perceived levels of stress, meaning psychologically, they do the trick. Either way, there are no doubt worse ways to treat your stress than lying back and relaxing while someone else tends to your sore muscles.

4. Pass On The Coffee

Forget canines. It’s caffeine that’s actually man’s best friend. With around 90% of adults ingesting it daily, caffeine is the most widely consumed drug. Unfortunately, like with any drug, there are side effects. While caffeine helps keep us awake, it can also send our stress levels through the roof. Research shows that caffeine makes the heart beat faster, elevates blood pressure and elevates levels of the stress hormone, cortisol.  Drink too much coffee too often, and it could contribute to the development of chronic stress. So, if you’re the type that gets jittery after just a few sips of the dark stuff, it’s probably best you start skipping that daily cup o’ Joe and stick to morning walks with the dog to wake you up.

5. Plan A Stress Free Vacation

As much as we want all vacations to give us the break we so desperately require, more often than not, vacations cause more stress than they relieve. Strangely enough, studies have found that the act of planning a vacation actually leads to greater happiness in the weeks leading up to the trip. With that in mind, try to plan a vacation with a firm focus on relaxation. No family. No sightseeing. No jungle excursions. Just relaxation. That way you’ll be happy before — and after — your vacation.


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Donovan Mitchell Wants A End To Gun Violence



Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell made a pair of powerful statements Wednesday about the shooting rampage at a Florida high school that left 17 dead: “Pray for Parkland” and “End Gun Violence.”

Following the game Mitchell explained why school shootings struck a nerve with him.

“My mom’s a schoolteacher,” the Connecticut native, 21, told reporters. “I was about 15, 20 minutes away during the Sandy Hook shooting. It’s kind of scary. I’m not saying all shootings make me feel the same way, but especially school shootings, with my mom being a nursery teacher, it’s kind of scary that that could happen at any moment, anywhere.”

PHOTO: Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell wears a shoe with Pray for Parkland written on it, during the second half of the teams NBA basketball game against the Phoenix Suns on Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018, in Salt Lake City.

Mitchell continued, “And that’s kind of one of the things that hit home with me, and why I came in here early. I saw a Snapchat video of a kid screaming. And I just sat there for 5 minutes just thinking about it. My prayers go out to all those families. It’s tough. It’s crazy.”

Mitchell took the opportunity to speak out about gun control legislation.

“We definitely have to do something about it,” he said. “A lot of people, we talk about it, and there’s a lot of so-called awareness of it, but there’s nothing being done. I looked something up, and the same gun that was used in Vegas, Orlando, Sandy Hook, and I’m missing more. It’s interesting how it just continues to happen, and the movement doesn’t do much.”

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