Having a team is essential to a person's overall success. It's impossible to make your dreams come true without some kind of help. I know this first hand. the support of friends and family, and help from your business partners are the only way you can truly make it. But sometimes, it's just you. Sometimes, when all else fails, you have to go at it alone. When you're told no, when the delay is too long, or when people are just fucking up, you have to get the job done yourself.
The east is ruled by one man and one man only. We all know who that man is. Since 06-07, LeBron Raymone James has been to the eastern conference finals 9 times, with a record of 8-1. I bet you can count on one hand how many times you've seen that stat before. It's rarely mentioned, because we only like bringing up negativity. No one wants to bring up 8-1, but almost everyone is quick to bring up 3-5. But I digress from my point. Bron has dominated the east like no one before
The '16-'17 NBA season ended the way most said it would, with the Golden State Warriors hoisting the Larry O'Brien trophy in June. I'll admit, I was in the minority, as I picked Cleveland to repeat(I mean, they do have the best player on earth). But GS proved to be too strong, beating the Cavs soundly in five games. The Warriors, and their new friend Kevin Durant, finished the season 67-15. It was six games shy of tying their NBA record 73 wins in 2016, but this time they cam
"The greatest form of giving is anonymous to anonymous." That's one of my favorite Jay-Z lines. I love it so much because it's true. The act of giving is great in itself, but to do it when no one is watching, when it's between only you and the beneficiary, that's when giving is at it's purest. You'll never hear me talk about acts of kindness(I'm fine with you judging me solely on my social media rants), because I don't do those kinds of things for recognition. That's what the
I've been waiting for an opportunity like this for a long time now. After 3 years of working on my craft, I finally get to showcase my talents on the big stage. On September 15th and 16th, I will be performing stand up comedy at the Broadway Comedy Club in Manhattan. All of the greats have gone to New York to become stars, and now it's my turn. I will be auditioning for my residency at the club, which will allow me to perform in New York on a regular basis, thus expanding my
Last year I was asked to join a panel to interview The Plastic Cup Boyz. It's one of my favorite radio interviews, not because of the stature of the guests, but because of the content of the interview. The conversation with comedians Na'im Lynn and Spank Horton was very informative and inspiring. One of the highlights of the interview was when Na'im praised his friend Kevin Hart's uncanny work ethic. He harped on the fact that Hart became "addicted to results." He saw his har