The name Spike Lee is like Donald Trump. Synonymous. He's been in the film game since most of us in Brooklyn was in junior high school. His 1st store [40 Acres and a Mule] was located on Dekalb Avenue, blocks up from JHS 113 Ronald Edmonds Learning Center, and a block or 2 down from Brooklyn Tech High School. 2 + deceades later, he's still around and on his A+ game. Watch him now on YouTube and "peep his NY steelo on keeping a job and hashing up real talk about life."
When it comes to being better in anything you do which is for the good of others and self, never doubt your ability to stand out and make a positive difference. In life, everyone must face adversity. It's unavoidable. The founder of this site is no exception to the rule.
Adversity should motivate you in a positive way to strategize a plan for success in life. Success doesn't always entail making money and being successful in the business world online or offline. Success can be defined
The internet needs more positive people like her producing emotionally uplifting videos. MissPTV9090 can be seen on YouTube and allows you to see her new YouTube video updates.
She talks about her 300th video on YouTube being uploaded.
Her video is worth watching…
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Stephen Covey is by far one of the most inspiring authors of all time =)
And, in this inspiring message below seen on Facebook, Drewry News Network would like to share this with you. Covey positively argues:
5 choices that will help you transform the way you manage your time, decisions, attention and energy.
Here are the 5 Choices:
1. Act on the Important—don't react to the urgent