Category: Literary & Language

Music To Watch Boys To

“Honeymoon finds Del Rey reverting, after the more atomised, individual characters of last year’s Ultraviolence, to a composite persona closer to the dissolute subject of her Born to Die debut. Not only does her vocal delivery remain the same throughout, but also its protagonist’s “voice”; while the emotional impact of what might sometimes be traumatic developments seems somehow damped, as if experienced through a narcotised haze. Happy or sad, angry or apologetic, dominant or submissive, it’s apparently all the same to Del Rey, who floats through these songs with a weird indifference.” Andy Gill, The Independent

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How to create more from what you already have

“You already have everything you need to succeed. Just stretch. Imagine how liberating it would be to stop worrying about what you don’t have and start engaging with what you already do in more productive and satisfying ways.”

“How to create more from what you already have” by Scott Sorensen in Time Magazine

How to Create More from What You Already Have

Ask most people to describe the path to success and their answer will likely call for “more”–more money to buy things, more time to do…

Newspapers or Hearsay?

“You know people use to get their news from newspapers, because professional newsrooms took separating fact from fiction seriously. And employed people who had studied how to do that. But now people get their news on Facebook by sharing. Or as it used to be called, hearsay.” Bill Maher