Hey you, THANK YOU for your support and reading time. Here’s a handful of my stories that will interest you. I’ll update this regularly (or try to).
I promise not to sell you anything; I’ll give you all my books for FREE.
I learned something important while I was in the mental hospital: there’s a fine line between “us” and “them.” Us, meaning all the crazy people locked up inside, including me. Them, being the people I’d watch outside, driving to Wendy’s for their breakfast, lunch, and dinner. I spent a LOT of time looking out that window.
I’m going to tell you some stories about people I met inside. Of course, I’m going to make up everyone’s name except for one: Ryan DeJonghe. We played chess together, we did puzzles together, we walked the halls together, and we did group therapy…
Here’s the fact that most writers don’t understand: people hate reading. The average person, myself included, would rather watch My Strange Addiction than read your dissertation on gun violence and racism in America. Get over it. Yes, I know: America bad. Blah blah blah. But the bottom line — I hope you realize — is there are other things people enjoy more than reading your content.
Consider this. Last year the best-selling book was Barrack Obama’s A Promised Land, which sold 2.5 million copies. That was DOUBLE the amount of the second-best-selling book, a Twilight book retold in the voice…
By 2050 the world’s population will reach 10 billion people, all needing to eat. Today, to feed this growing population, we kill 130 million chickens and 1 million cows daily. But what if we could feed everyone without killing any animals? That’s why Bill Gates and Richard Branson have dumped their money into cultured meat companies like Memphis Meats. However, when will the general public see lab-grown meat for sale?
Let’s unpack everything. First, meat problems, including environmental, health, and violence. Then the solution of this new meat that’s grown in labs. No, this isn’t like the Impossible Burger, which…
In late January, I opened up a contest asking 100 writers to create their own unique version of Sleeping Beauty. Simply put, I was blown away by everyone’s creativity. Yet, I know there’s more.
The contest ran through February. Here are some quick stats:
Looking back, I learned a few things. First, announcing a contest a few days before it starts isn’t the best way to drive interest. Second, a month maybe too short. …
But why? Glad you asked. According to Cornell, somewhere between the large difference of 50–90% of cats suffer from either gingivitis, periodontitis, and tooth resorption. Whatever the hell that is.
Why the fuck would you pay me for a 45-minute guided meditation? Stop. I’m not selling you anything. Instead, I’m dealing with imposter syndrome, and I’m also trying to give you some tools that will make your life better. Plus, do it humorously. Haha, you know? Therefore, here are some free energy tools for healing. By yours truly.
First, I’m not going to require you to do a weird yoga pose for five hours while sipping Yoga(R) tea and rubbing crystals on your genitals. …
There are 1,750,000 podcasts in the world, yet Spotify keeps recommending Joe Rogan. But I don’t want to listen to this same shit. We’re in the year 2021. Then why don’t we have a better podcast app than Apple or Google Podcasts? How can I find an enjoyable podcast? Also, how can I find the best podcast app?
My discontentment has lead me to uncover great things for you. I went down the rabbit hole and found all kinds of cool stuff:
Do you see the picture below? Yes, it’s a collage, but I have no idea what it represents. Despite that, I need you to do something. Move your mouse pointer over it and right-click it. Then, save it. Done! But here’s the funny thing — someone paid $69 million to own that picture you just downloaded for free. Not a printed version, but an NFT. So what does NFT mean?