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Following your passion by overcoming adversity

There have been many books written on coping with adversity, numerous quotes and we all have a story of our own that exemplifies an overcoming of adversity. This is mine. Two weeks before my plane to Madrid, Spain was set to take off for a semester abroad I cancelled it. I had been debating the decision… Read more »

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Ladder Goals

Problem: We set goals, but don’t follow through with them because we lose sight of the next step or lose focus of the direction we were headed when we made the goals. Solution: Ladder Goals This is by no means a new solution, but only a new way of presenting the solution which I have… Read more »

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Turning Your World Upside Down

I’m writing this post in response to Ryan Allias’, “Lesson’s From My 20s,” (hive.org/20s). The “article” is a set of over 1,000 slides that go into detail on how Allias approaches life, entrepreneurship, and the world. The slides are in a very specific sequence to more easily approach your life and goals. What you can… Read more »

Coding the Next Generation

Coding the Next Generation

Today there are over 100 sites to learn coding and its theory. With a growing number of employers looking for experienced coders and a boom in tech markets, there are a large number of people learning how to code across the globe. This new generation is not only being employed, but also creating companies in… Read more »

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Burning the Bridge

“Burn your bridge of escape when you want to be truly successful,” -Mike Delazzer (Founder of Redbox, LLC) This quote wouldn’t leave my mind after a weeklong trip to the Collegiate Entrepreneurship Organization conference in Orlando, FL. Mike Delazzer, a successful entrepreneur, proclaimed this during a presentation. As over 200 students including myself sat quiet… Read more »

Power of Consulting

Obviously we don’t know everything. If you did you wouldn’t be reading this blog right now. As humans we can’t know everything or even be specialists in too many areas. I could go into a heated debate on how certain companies run their organization based on specialization or rotations. That is another topic in itself…. Read more »

Technology

Motivation to Begin

There is $223 trillion dollars of wealth in the world. Go out and work to get some of it. If you are reading this blog right now you are one of the 22% of the world that own or borrow a computer or internet enabled device. This is a huge advantage in todays society. Startups… Read more »

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How Wakefield Entertainment Began

The summer before my senior year of high school I was one of the few people to throw parties in my hometown. There was another guy from the school a few miles away that did the same. We never really knew each other until this year. He was invited to the house party because my… Read more »

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  • IMG_1445

    Following your passion by overcoming adversity

    There have been many books written on coping with adversity, numerous quotes and we all have a story of our own that exemplifies an overcoming of adversity. This is mine. Two weeks before my plane to Madrid, Spain was set to take off for a semester abroad I cancelled it. I had been debating the decision… Read more »

  • ladder

    Ladder Goals

    Problem: We set goals, but don’t follow through with them because we lose sight of the next step or lose focus of the direction we were headed when we made the goals. Solution: Ladder Goals This is by no means a new solution, but only a new way of presenting the solution which I have… Read more »

  • f2

    Turning Your World Upside Down

    I’m writing this post in response to Ryan Allias’, “Lesson’s From My 20s,” (hive.org/20s). The “article” is a set of over 1,000 slides that go into detail on how Allias approaches life, entrepreneurship, and the world. The slides are in a very specific sequence to more easily approach your life and goals. What you can… Read more »

  • Coding the Next Generation

    Coding the Next Generation

    Today there are over 100 sites to learn coding and its theory. With a growing number of employers looking for experienced coders and a boom in tech markets, there are a large number of people learning how to code across the globe. This new generation is not only being employed, but also creating companies in… Read more »

  • burning-bridge

    Burning the Bridge

    “Burn your bridge of escape when you want to be truly successful,” -Mike Delazzer (Founder of Redbox, LLC) This quote wouldn’t leave my mind after a weeklong trip to the Collegiate Entrepreneurship Organization conference in Orlando, FL. Mike Delazzer, a successful entrepreneur, proclaimed this during a presentation. As over 200 students including myself sat quiet… Read more »

  • Power of Consulting

    Obviously we don’t know everything. If you did you wouldn’t be reading this blog right now. As humans we can’t know everything or even be specialists in too many areas. I could go into a heated debate on how certain companies run their organization based on specialization or rotations. That is another topic in itself…. Read more »

  • Technology

    Motivation to Begin

    There is $223 trillion dollars of wealth in the world. Go out and work to get some of it. If you are reading this blog right now you are one of the 22% of the world that own or borrow a computer or internet enabled device. This is a huge advantage in todays society. Startups… Read more »

  • Wakefield_Entertainment01

    How Wakefield Entertainment Began

    The summer before my senior year of high school I was one of the few people to throw parties in my hometown. There was another guy from the school a few miles away that did the same. We never really knew each other until this year. He was invited to the house party because my… Read more »