What Motivates You?

Built Into Your Brain

Surely you have something that motivates you? You may not be aware of what it is, but every waking moment you are controlled by it. This is especially likely if you deny you have a negative incentive built into your brain.


We all talk about our freedom. Freedom from war. Freedom from ourselves. I still do not have that freedom. I’ve undergone every mental illness clique possible, barely short of being locked up. It has been suggested for me many times, all of which I rejected.

No Depression Allowed

I know what motivates me. Having a depression-free day, even hour. Spending time with my family. And pursuing my hobbies that may one day become my work. This is what motivates me. How about you?


I am too tired to write this blog post.

Truth be told I actually have a lot to talk about in this blog post regarding that the new eBook is coming along nicely and that it is intended to be (if the audience likes it) the first of a series that I will be writing one month at a time. Each publication will have in common that they are about how to use marketing to make more money with your business.

If I had more “zest” at this moment I might mention a couple of chapters and their names, next getting into detail about each chapter and how it helps you use promotions to make more green for your entrepreneurial ventures. But I am ready to lay down on go to sleep instead.

I never get enough sleep because I usually go to bed super late and wake up extremely early. But my energy level usually involves coffee to get stimulated, next diving into my work day, which includes writing entries for this website.

And then between 3:30pm and 5:00pm I feel so exhausted I need to lay down for 15 to 20 minutes, not sleeping but just just relaxing. When I get up then finish out my work day, next spending time with my family.

But I can’t tell you about all this because, well, I am too tired to write this blog post!


I woke up this morning with my mind on NYC.

This website is brought to you from Manhattan, New York. As of the writing of this quick post our beloved NYC is going through some challenges. But New York City has always been a place where one must put the effort in to succeed and the circumstances we now face are of a different sort but we as New Yorkers are used to the fight. We will not stop until the Big Apple is brought back to its original luster.


What the Coronavirus Can Mean for Your Business

Reaching your customers with a digital solution from

“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma – which is living with the results of other people’s thinking.” -Steve Jobs

Is Your Business at Risk?

You thought the Virus was being contained. That’s at least what you were told by the powers that be. But unfortunately it continues to spread endangering the lives of you and others as well as putting your businesses at risk. What you?

Digital Transformation

There is something that you have probably heard of but may not have thought about it seriously then. We are talking about Digital Transformation.

On Your Own or with Help?

Digital Transformation means transforming your analog business into a digital one. You can do this transformation process on your own or seek out the consultations with of organizations such as our,

Put Your Processes Online

When we say Digital Transformation we do not mean that you must make all of your business web based, we are merely suggesting that you put as much of the processes of your business online.

In short what we are saying is inspired by Steve Jobs’ use of the phrase “Don’t be trapped by dogma.” And the dogma of the past is not that of the present. It’s up to you what steps you take now.


It is challenging here in NYC.

If only it was as easy as putting it on a t-shirt, but the complications continue.

Where are They Coming From?

Yes, it is challenging here in NYC, especially in Manhattan, the cultural center of the America. Everything has been set upside down by both the Coronavirus as well as the protests/vandalism/thefts. In terms of protests alone, they have been going peacefully, but it’s still a problem in terms of vandalism/theft. Toward the end of curfew (here it is 8:00pm EST) people pull up in Mercedes and other expensive vehicles all over the Big Apple and let out the crew. This crew then proceed to, well, do vandalism and theft.

On a Schedule

Last night it was raining hard so there wasn’t as much action on the streets, but New Yorkers are feeling fearful nonetheless. The anger has built up in some locals, plus there is now an “anything goes” mentality. Our mayor, who I sadly voted for (twice), is doing nothing but stirring the pot. He is unwilling to bring in any help, so it just keeps getting worse and worse out there, even when the protestors/vandals/thieves are not putting in time.

Top of Our Game

So even though “phase one” of the unlocking of lockdown begins June 8th, we know how dangerous it is out there still. There is justifiable anger being felt that is causing some people to commit crimes they wouldn’t have until now. You see it is currently acceptable to use blades, guns and even fists. So what about It’s still going quite well because we have clients from all over America, some in states where they’re not having the same troubles we are. We are top of our game despite the setbacks.