St. Patrick’s Day 2020 marked the last time I stepped into my cubicle in Berkeley, California, shared a meal with a co-worker, or cracked jokes about our day as we walked to our cars after our shift was over. And, the honest truth is, I don’t miss it.
It’s been 3 years since the idea of starting a blog aimed at sharing my love of street culture, music, and fashion in addition to detailing my entrepreneurship journey popped into my head. Has it been worth it?
We’re already four weeks into 2021 yet in many ways it feels like we are still trapped in 2020.
If you are looking for your typical “You can do it! I believe in you!” warm and fuzzy read then this isn’t the book for you. From the opening pages, Grant Cardone hits you right in the gut with some tough love.
It can be terrifying for us to destroy and rebuild ideologies that have been embedded into us. If we don’t challenge ourselves to figure out what we want out of life then we’ll never have more than we have now.
Somewhere in between the corona pandemic, presidential election, social injustice protests, work, school, and our quarantine-themed social life, your creative juices are flowing and you’ve had this intense urge to start a side hustle. But will your friends and family support you?