If you can't put yourself into the listeners perspective than you're screwed. It doesn't matter what you think, you aint shit. What matters is how does this make the audience feel? Reverse engineer that and you win.
New podcast alert! I'll be talking to a 19 year old who made $200,000 in one month in the first episode. And a dude who made 6 figures selling his own dog treats on Amazon in the second episode. Both podcasts are live now! Hit the link to listen. Don't forget to subscribe. [ Apple.co Link ]
Now this is a xmas present!! It's an honor to make this list of the top 50 releases in Toronto in 2016 on @boi1da site. "Where The Wolves Are" is my most cohesive body of work both technically and artistically and am proud to have put that into the universe. As for what's in store for 2017, I take the Steve Jobs mentality of keeping it a secret. It's my duty to surprise and delight the... View details ⇨
"He averages 4 knockouts per month" is what we found out after my homie got into an altercation with some bro at a restaurant. What kind of person whose not a boxer (but clearly should be) knocks out 4 people on average every month? This mans knocking out at least 50 people a year. FIFTY PEOPLE. WHY! But this isn't about him. It's about the monster that rears its ugly head to bring us back... View details ⇨
I remember spending Christmas in India. I think I was in grade 1 or 2. I was hanging out with kids from my mom's building and they were showing off the gifts they got and they were (at least to my Canadian mind) the worst fuckin' Christmas gifts ever. I remember one kid was so happy because he got play-doh but it wasn't like the real play-doh it looked like his grandma made it and colored and... View details ⇨
"I got all the answers right on the test and still failed." This never happens at school so why does this happen when we enter real life? We can do all the right things and still not get the job or promotion. We can do all the right things and still not meet our sales goal. We can do all the right things and our stock price still goes down. To all the parents that put pressure on their kids to... View details ⇨