The Viable Alternative Part 2 – My Personal Story

August 16th, 2016 No comments

I’ve Failed to Honour Myself

August 9th, 2016 No comments


Recently, I was working on a video blog about self-esteem in terms of ways in which you can acquire it. I wrote a blog about it about five years ago, but I wanted to expand about it from what I’ve learned about it over the years in the video. Read more…

The Viable Alternative Part 1- The Key to Your Transformation

July 26th, 2016 No comments

A Letter to White America from a “Safe Negro.”

July 19th, 2016 1 comment


Dear White America,

I can be considered one of the “safe Negros,” you know, the one who’ve you told before that, “You’re not like them,” so I thought that maybe coming from me, you may be able to develop a greater empathy through my explanation of why Black people are up in arms about with the way we’re treated by law enforcement. Read more…

Do I Really Project My Insecurities onto Others?

June 28th, 2016 No comments

Day 194 of 365 - Once Upon A Time In My Life...

When I used to hear “experts” say that if there is something about someone you just simply can’t stand, it’s because it’s reflection of how you perceive yourself, I used to wave off such thinking and dismiss it as bunk. I simply didn’t understand this line of thinking. Read more…

Two Years of Therapy – My Continuing Journey of Healing, Growth and Transformation

June 22nd, 2016 No comments


Wow…how time flies.

A year ago, I wrote a blog titled, “One Year of Therapy – My Journey of Healing, Growth and Transformation,” where I talked about the changes I witnessed after my one year anniversary of starting therapy. Well, Wednesday, June 8th, I marked the completion of my second, or sophomore year of therapy. Read more…

What a Recent Financial Breakthrough Taught Me

June 14th, 2016 No comments


Okay, I’ve definitely been sucking at writing on here regularly as of recent. Oh well, hopefully that changes.

In the past month, I’ve been confronted with the cycles of life and death, and it has kind of thrown me off and really made me look at life differently. I won’t get into what happened yet, but I’ll say that I’ve been forced to take a look at myself and ask myself how I want to live the rest of my life and the type of person I would like to spend it with. Read more…


I’m a Failure and I’m Damn Proud of It!

June 8th, 2016 No comments


Several nights ago (well at the time I first wrote this, it was several nights, but now it’s about a month), as I was sitting on a bench on the subway platform, reflecting on my ongoing quest to overcome the blocks that have prevented me from really truly hustling and doing whatever it takes (that is legal) to create the life I want, this strong feeling of pride came over me. Read more…

My Struggles with Connecting to the REAL Me

May 17th, 2016 No comments
Disconnected - by Timmy Brister

Disconnected – by Timmy Brister

Hey, it’s been awhile.

I’ll be honest and tell you that it’s more than me not having the motivation to write on here, it’s that I haven’t really had the desire. As I’ve been experiencing a lot of emotional release, shifts of perception, and self discovery, I’ve found that a lot of the motivations I’ve had that kept me on a routine have been shifting, which in turn has taken away my desire to do some of the things I was used to doing. Read more…

I Don’t Deserve To Be Successful

April 12th, 2016 No comments
Simple Frustration - by Al Davis

Simple Frustration – by Al Davis

As I child growing up, in our house it was hammered into the heads of me and my siblings by our father that we had to “work our ass off” in school and get good grades due to the fact that he was paying “thousands and thousands of dollars in school fees” for us and wasn’t going to be wasting his money on “useless kids.” lol Read more…