— Jeremy Divinity is a digital marketer, brand strategist and self-proclaimed blogger living in Los Angeles.
If Kanye West wants to embrace free thinking then let him. But when your free thought is baseless and not grounded in history then your free thinking becomes a dangerous tool for those who can’t think for themselves.
I attended Collision Conference, a top start-up and technology conference whose attendees include 3,750+ CEO’s and comprised of 69% Senior Management. Here are the top seven takeaways.
Quit your old life. Make the trip. Trust the process. After quitting my job and driving 3,300 miles across the country I learned the following life lessons.
If you think about it, both dating and interviewing for a new job are pretty much the same For each step in the dating or job hunt process there are many similarities.
Instead of a New Year’s Resolution, I wanted to do a Past Years Reflection. 2017 broke you down and built you back up. There are lessons to learn from the wins and losses.
Life is a tornado. It is unpredictable, powerful, can alter its course, gain speed, or change size at any moment. We go through life's tornado to find meaning and purpose.
The Law of “Hell Yeah or No” states that if you’re not saying hell yeah to something, then say no, and can be applied to all aspects of your life.
Does anyone know what Burning Man is? And why are Millennials drawn to this spectacle of a festival in the middle of the Nevada desert?
The new digital C-suite is taking advantage of the changing media landscape to help influence key decisions.
Driving across the country you learn many lessons, many about yourself. Here are 4 things that you learn while traveling coast-to-coast on the road.
Change is weird, but being weird is to be authentically you.
Know yourself, like Kanye knows Kanye. There are many lessons on self-awareness that we can all learn from Kanye and apply to our lives.
The ugly truth is that modern dating sucks. The good news is that you can use the game of dating and romance to find out more about yourself.
America can be changed, it will changed. What is America going to do? We must answer this question and the answer starts with each of us.
The Alchemist is a story about the importance of following your dreams and personal legend. There are four powerful life lessons that we can learn from the story.
If you are feeling pain, emotionally or physically, realize that it is only temporary and will make you stronger.
Knowing who you are will always be more important than others knowing who you are. When we get to know ourselves, we get to know the world.
Pursue your passion as anything less of that is not acceptable or worthy of your time.
The boundless potential of change lies within a youthful mind.
Love is more important than color.
Post-election anxiety induced by Trump’s presidency is very real and it is important to take self-care steps to cope with post-election stress.
As a society we must come together and unite with compassion and self-worth in order to overcome the bigotry, hatred, and racism that plagues our world.
This is a call to spread love and light for the next four years and beyond. We are all one, we are all connected, we are all beings of light.
When you hit rock bottom it is an opportunity to rebuild yourself, to turn your failures into success, and to use as inspiration in order to grow & change.
Don’t just set goals, instead break down the steps needed to reach your goals by reverse engineering them. Reverse engineer your life in order to reach your highest potential.
To create is to make your dreams a reality, we are always capable of achieving the capacity in which we dream.
My 500 Words "Day 30 of 31" You are who you surround yourself with so make sure that your close friends inspire and push you to be the best version of yourself.
#My500Words Day 29 of 31: Direct-to-consumer fashion brands are revolutionizing the fashion industry by eliminating the middleman and selling directly to their consumers online.
#My500Words Day 28 of 31: The original nature of soul is love - we are all one, one love. Free Love
My 500 Words Day 27: What if college classes actually taught you practical and applicable skills that are necessary in order to be a functioning adult.