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Your Inner Voice is a Mad Superhero

Film: Birdman (or “The Unexpected Virtue Of Ignorance”)
Director: Alejandro González Iñárritu

“And did you get what you wanted from this life, even so?”
“I did.” 1,060 more words

The Mindful Bard

Productive Habits of Successful People

Success doesn’t come overnight to most people. It takes years of hard work, talent, sometimes connections and luck to get where you want to be. But most importantly, it takes a productive set of habits to slowly but surely reach your goal and become a winner in your field. 749 more words

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this is one of my early pen and ink drawings. 2012.

Match Play: Fixing the Broken Shot

It’s one of the most frustrating experiences in sports, let alone squash.  You spend months drilling a technique, witling it down to a science, but on an off day it falls apart, leaving you scrambling for solutions. 615 more words


Writing Skills Beneficial For Life Skills

Good evening! Writing skills are transferable into life skills. When storyboarding, we compartmentalize each scene – or set of facts that we have researched – into a designated chapter. 198 more words

Quote of the day: Kelley O'Hara

“We’re very good at compartmentalizing things. … That’s one of our team strengths. We’re able to stay focused on the goal, which means you wake up every day and go to practice and get ready for June.” 18 more words


The Flowers Littering the Backseat

It’s very hard for us, as emotional beings, to cohesively organize the failed loves of our past. More often than not we squirm, cry, cringe, burn, long, collapse in thought of someone that we had once shared with our most intimate thoughts and moments. 324 more words