be fuckin’ fearless

Fear. It’s a Bitch.That nagging little voice in the back of your head saying why you shouldn’t do something. You have it. I have it. We all have it.

Fear is the #1 killer of people who want to be great, who want to be successful. You get rid of fear, what can stop you. Simple enough, right?

If only it were so easy. Things like people’s opinions, our own self doubts, and our circumstances just seem to get in the way. “If only she liked me, then it’d be easy!” “But I’m tiredddd and I don’t feel like it!” “I could never do that or be as good as him/her…”

There are a bunch of different fears that we have, fear of heights, of how people think of us, of sharks, whatever, but what if we could get rid of all those fears, in one big, heart felt swoop? Would you be interested?

It isn’t easy. If you didn’t get that by now, I suggest you come to grips right now before you do. It’s true, we can get over all our fears by getting over this one fear, but it’s the absolute scariest thing that the whole human race is afraid of: Death.
How do we get over all our fears? Get rid of our fear of death. We’re all going to die sometime, and we have no idea when we’re going to die. For some, it’s tomorrow, tonight, even right now people are dying, some justly, some unjustly. But we’re all going to die someday. Our days are numbered, and the sooner you understand that, the more you can come to grips with the world around you.

That girl? She ain’t gonna be there tomorrow, at least in your life, and hell, she might die tomorrow too. If you see this as sad and pointless, try on another shade of glasses for a sec. If you knew when you were going to die, how would you live your life? If you were gonna die next week, how would you treat the next 7 days?

We all treat time as some unlimited source, and value money and other shit (facebook, tv) much higher than it, but it’s the most precious thing we have. We have a limited amount of years on this earth, and it’s all about quality, not quantity.
So how do you adapt this to your every day life? It’s called taking risks. Looking past all the imaginary concepts that us humans have put in our own little society and species, and looking at the super huge big picture. Do something that you’re afraid to do, like cold approach, facebook messaging that bitch, starting a business, trying a new hobby.

Go all out. Life’s too short to do otherwise. If you have a passion, a vision, and the determination to do something, you’ll find a way to be successful. With pick up, with life, with anything. Live life to your best abilities, and do everything with an open mind to bettering yourself. It’s not about the destination, but the journey.


revelations as a recent transplant to new york.


just a little background. i hate writing properly, i have enough of that in my academic life. anyways, as a native californian, i’m hella much into the whole west coast vibe, but i decided to switch it up and go to new york for school. some quick revelations:

jay walking makes walking so much faster.

tourists make you feel so much better about yourself

being asked directions by foreigners can really make you feel like a native, but is cancelled out when you ask for directions yourself.

you can have new wardrobe ideas from people walking on the street

never take fliers, unless you work as one and understand what it’s like (i did)

3am is perfectly acceptable to go out for $1 pizza and be belligerently drunk

manhattan is nothing like the other boroughs, it’s its own little world.

that’s all for now.