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Grounded and Rebellious: An Interview with Danae DiGiulio

Grounded and Rebellious: An Interview with Danae DiGiulio

From being a showgirl in Vegas to flying between New York and LA for photo shoots, Danae DiGiulio is an up-and-coming model that is steadfast on succeeding in a competitive industry. Around the time she was 16, she made the […]

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A Conversation With Edward Silhol

A Conversation With Edward Silhol

From business to spirituality, Edward Silhol takes these two seemingly opposite fields and complements them through his actions and intentions. I had first met Edward through mutual friends and was intrigued by our conversation we had about his startup, Stample, […]

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A Baus Interview With Miles Anthony

A Baus Interview With Miles Anthony

Baus; It’s more than just a catchy word for Miles Anthony, but a lifestyle. From his companies to his composure, Miles has created a set of values and habits that exemplify bausness and led to his early success. Yet like […]

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The Four Pillars of Wisdom That Have Manifested My Dream Job into Reality

The Four Pillars of Wisdom That Have Manifested My Dream Job into Reality

Originally Published in Prsuit  Ever since I moved to Los Angeles two weeks ago, it still is surreal to me that I moved 3,000 miles away from where I spent all of my life.  Currently, I am an Executive Editor at […]

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Individual Agency and the Power of Our Decisions

Individual Agency and the Power of Our Decisions

About a  month ago, I interviewed Jon Vella about his clothing company and his philosophy. Out of all of the responses, one particular one stuck out to me the most: “I will always believe the most pressing issue the world is […]

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Conscio(us) Gangster: An Interview with Dipitus Founder Jon Vella

Conscio(us) Gangster: An Interview with Dipitus Founder Jon Vella

Hustling is more than just making money, but a lifestyle to abide by. There are many different ways to hustle, and one of them is by creating a brand. Hell, I even tried to do it for this blog by selling […]

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The Triggering, A Response and Why the Truth Hurts

The Triggering, A Response and Why the Truth Hurts

Yesterday evening, I attended a panel discussion about political correctness. The speakers invited to the event were academic Christina Hoff Sommers, radio host Steven Crowder, and the infamous Milo Yiannopoulos, who is currently a third of the way through his […]

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Meditation, Political Correctness, and Why We Should Accept Feeling Uncomfortable

Meditation, Political Correctness, and Why We Should Accept Feeling Uncomfortable

Discomfort. Uneasiness. Distress. All of these emotions society tells us to avoid. Whether it’s through pharmaceuticals or the media, there are entire industries dedicated to providing the means for people to evade their emotions. It is unprecedented in human history. […]

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The Veil of Being a Citizen; Why Those With Influence Have Their Voice Heard

The Veil of Being a Citizen; Why Those With Influence Have Their Voice Heard

What does it mean to be a citizen of the United States today? A lot of people associate it with being able to vote, traveling with a passport, and abiding by the laws of the land. Today, the ability for […]

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Why Authenticity Matters to Our Generation

In this world of appearances, we yearn to know what’s real. It’s innate for us to do so, wanting to shed light on the darkness. What is it that drives us to do so? Could it be because we have […]

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