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I have no words for the current affairs of today. I have no words but to wonder what our ancestors must have experienced and to marvel at where we are today regardless of the injustices for I know we are made of tougher than tough stuff. One day, my grandchildren's grandchildren will marval at us for making a way out of this. Stop killing us. Stop killing each other. Take care of our selves, our health, our mind, spirit and energy. Be overcomers, conquerers, achievers, fighters.
Netflix pulled a Beyonce last night and without any promotions, prior marketing or fanfare dropped a movie. The latest installment of JJ Abram's Cloverfield franchise, Cloverfield Paradox. This latest science fiction foray into JJ Abrams' twisted world stars Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Ava Hamilton, David Oyelowo as Kiel, Daniel Brühl as Schmidt, John Ortiz as Monk Acosta, Chris O'Dowd as Mundy, Zhang Ziyi as Tam, and Elizabeth Debicki as Mina Jensen. Do you have to watch the previous two installments to understand Cloverfield Paradox? No, not really. However, I definitely recommend you watch the first one. The second one was really a look into human behavior and resilience but it is not at all necessary to watch. Instead focus on watching Cloverfield ; it will be more impactful to know what was going happening on the planet while the space crew was dealing with their issues. It definitely adds more to the intrigue, mystery, and suspense of it all. Things I loved: Just
You are a Badass Every Day Part 2: Success Let's continue our dive into Jen Sincero's book, You Are a Badass Every Day: How to Keep Your Motivation Strong, Your Vibe High, and Your Quest for Transformation Unstoppable (December 2018) Listen to the podcast or continue reading People read self-help books because they want to be successful. Personally, I think acknowledging your need for help even through self-help books and coaches is a great step towards success building. We acknowledge that we want to get out of our own way and are trying to find the best way to do that. Success requires commitment, motivation, focus, a sense of purpose, and courage, -Jen Sincero Jen Sincero herself is a wonderful success story and people flock to her because she shares her story and her passion. Again, it is not groundbreaking new information, but sometimes someone can say things in a way that really resonates with you. For example, Sincero says that “success requires commitment, motivatio