I am so beyond blessed that my lifestyle gives me the opportunity to visit places like this and drive such an awesome car… I would have never imagined my life to be this way just a few short months ago… Living Another Way Of Life is absolutely not out of reach!
“The journey is the destination: getting there is not as important as the experience of going. The Spirit of Travel from Louis Vuitton.
A new Louis Vuitton advertising campaign conjures the original spirit of travel for the next generation. The allure of the unknown, the thrill of exploration, the wonder of discovery – all are captured in a series of stunning images, shot in South Africa by Peter Lindbergh, styled by Carine Roitfeld, and starring models Karen Elson and Edie Campbell.”
“People have the misconception that age makes you old. But I realized that it’s the state of mind that makes you old.”
Words of wisdom by an impressive man. Sam ‘Sonny’ Bryant Jr. is a 70-year old bodybuilder, whose age on could not guess. What’s interesting about Sonny’s story is that he started working out rather late at the age of 44. Nonetheless he makes younger athletes look tame. Enjoy the inspiring video.
Testimonials are a MUST if you’re selling online.
From experience, there is a distinct line between customer testimonials and thousands of dollars in revenue.
But there’s one problem: most people feature TERRIBLE testimonials and leave a HUGE amount of revenue on the table.
The great news is that it’s easy to fix!
Derek Halpern goes over in detail how “The Perfect Testimonial” is the solution in his recent video:
The Perfect Testimonial: How to Write Great Testimonials
You’re definitely going to be thankful when you see how easy it is to use. Make sure to pass this video to any friend you think may benefit from it! For some reason, this topic isn’t discussed often and that’s my, unfortunately, people feature horrible testimonials.
With my new lifestyle, I am free to create music and do the things I love to do! PotluckMashup is how I express myself musically – check it out!
There is no simple answer to why I love photography. What can be captured in a picture goes well beyond what could ever be captured with words. While aiming through the viewfinder and searching for the perfect angle, the perfect flicker of light, and the perfect smile, grimace, scream, or flock of hair, there is a sense of calmness and peace that comes over me. It’s as if nothing else exists beyond the reach of my zoom button.
The best types of photographs are those that come unrehearsed, unscheduled, and without prompting. It’s the moment when my little sister leans forward in her beautiful white dress. It’s the moment my mother cooks a delicious dinner and sets up a beautiful table.
Then you have the softer moments of nature that seem to be happening just for my entertainment. For instance, the bee slipping out of a newly opened flower like a lover rushing home in the morning dew or the multitude of birds that flock to the trees in my front yard all summer long.
From rare moments of humanity to everyday encounters with the wild, everything can be captured forever by photography. Things that would otherwise go unnoticed get drawn into the light and focused on until they are seen and admired around the world.
What would otherwise happen in one moment and be gone the next is forever captured and held tight by photography! What better thing in the world is there to love?
I believe that people who love photography have a certain passion and curiosity for life. They are not content to let the smallest, most mundane things that occur in the world go unnoticed. They are excited at the mere thought of discovering the unknown and getting up close and personal with every aspect of this world.
A lot of my photography would never interest anyone else in the world, but every now and then I will take a picture that stops me cold. It tends to be the pictures that show something that occurred in the flicker of a fraction of a second that I would have never even recognized if it weren’t for the magically timed flash of the camera.
In these pictures I often see a glimmer in someone’s eye that tells me they are not happy or a smile so deniably gleeful and exhilarated that the happiness of that moment has touched that person forever. These tend to be raw, un-posed pictures snapped at random moments when the subjects and myself least expect anything profound to be revealed.
Right there in those moments, that is why I love photography! It’s not so much in the thrill and fun of snapping the pictures but in the off guard moments when some very real, stark honest reflection of humanity comes out of my camera and is born forever into the world.
No matter how old you are, where you’re from or what you do for a living, we all share something in common—a desire to be successful. Each person’s definition of success is different, however, as some may define success as being a loving and faithful spouse or a caring and responsible parent, while most people would equate success with wealth, fame, and power.
We all want to achieve success so we could live a comfortable life—have financial freedom, drive a nice car, and live in a beautiful house. However, although success can be achieved, it does not come easy.
There are a lot of tips and strategies out there on how to be successful in life, but I am still a firm believer that there is no better way to succeed than to follow that footsteps of those who have already done so. Here are 5 success tips from some of the world’s most successful and renowned people:
From Michelangelo Buonarroti, Great Renaissance Artist: “The greater danger for most of us lies not in setting our aim too high and falling short; but in setting our aim too low, and achieving our mark.”
2.Find what you love to do and do it.
From Oprah Winfrey, Media Mogul: “You know you are on the road to success if you would do your job and not be paid for it.”
3. Learn how to balance life.
From Phil Knight, CEO of Nike Inc.: “There is an immutable conflict at work in life and in business, a constant battle between peace and chaos. Neither can be mastered, but both can be influenced. How you go about that is the key to success.”
4. Do not be afraid of failure.
From Henry Ford, Founder of Ford Motors: “Failure is simply the opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently.”
5. Have an unwavering resolution to succeed.
From Colonel Sanders, Founder of KFC: “I made a resolve then that I was going to amount to something if I could. And no hours, nor amount of labor, nor amount of money would deter me from giving the best that there was in me. And I have done that ever since, and I win by it. I know.”