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We got a chance to catch up with a super talented artist from San Diego, CA now residing in Los Angeles. You do not want to sleep on this ultra-talented artist. Heartbreak is whats next in music. Make sure to stay connected with her on her social
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Great day filming with owner of Crossfit PHX Mycal Anders aka Coach Ders. Their vision is simple community, family and progression. Make sure to visit them today and check them out online at
Raise Your Standard
CrossFit PHX2200 N Scottsdale Road, Suite C
Scottsdale, AZ 85257
T (602) 303-6209
Video Revolution: LA MODELFOLIOS
Don't Wait to be Discovered: Build YOUR Modeling Port with Video.. heres how !!
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Our team has worked with the best of the best in the industry.
Nothing is too much for us we will create the same photoshoot for you that we would for any top magazine, just ensure you tell us your exact requirements and a budget that works for you!
We seriously started working with our clients on a trade for print basis, we were that determined. We started with a vision of getting talent to boost their portfolio with video. In 2007 we were lucky enough to finally travel and work with many California models to help boost our brand. Since then, we have worked many models around the nation for behind the scenes, calendar shoots and many other great opportunities. From those small beginnings, our dreams have become our reality and we plan to expand our vision to offices in Scottsdale Arizona. Call today for your FREE Consultation to see our our ideas can help boost your brand.
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Periscope: Hands down my Livestreaming App Winner!
So I had the chance to check out and test the battle
for live-streaming domination and I clearly feel that Periscope
is has huge a huge advantage in the live streaming app realm!
1. Periscope also streams videos to web browsers
2. You can tap on the screen tho sent ‘’love hearts that show support for the broadcast
3. Viewers can also comment on the stream using the mobile app, but these posts do not appear on Twitter.
4. Periscope is how it saves live streams so viewers can watch them later
5. Title your broadcast and a establish - Writing engaging titles allow you to capture viewers to tune in.
I am excited to use this app more on a daily basis and it has already allowed me to connect with other agenda makers on the social front. This is an app you cannot sleep on!!.. Happy Scoping folks
WRITE YOUR OWN RULES
So recently I uprooted my life moving to Arizona to continue on new opportunities and my personal journey. I lived in Albuquerque for over 10+ years and I love the opportunities that were afforded to me from working hard and staying focused. I am grateful for every moment I spent in New Mexico. I always have been focused on education, business and my personal journey throughout my life but I feel like stepping out of my comfort zone and uprooting my life was the best way to grow as a person/businessman.
Below are some items I that helped a major change in my life and business.
1. Writing Goals - I got this from my brother Jeff Thornton @iamjeffthornton to write your goals everyday and seen a major shift in mindset and action. I can see why my brother commands a great deal of attention in his business with his focus and being the a top-level worldwide business consultant. It is very important to physically see your vision by writing your goals.
2. Taking Risk - I always seem to over plan on some projects and thoughts. So when making my move I wrote my goals and took massive action selling business equipment, my home appliances and putting my house of 10+ years on sale.
3. Consulting with your supporters - It was great to reach out to family and friends during the process to find out there opinions, ideas and thoughts when I was making a major change but most importantly, its something within inside of me that I take charge of my life and follow my path/passion in order to write my own rules.
I am grateful for all my family and friends and look forward to what 2015 has to bring!
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6 REASONS WHY TO PROMOTE WITH SNAPCHAT
Number of “snaps” a day: 400 million (MacMillan)
● 32% of US teens (aged 13-17) use Snapchat on a mobile phone (Craig)
● 77% of college students use Snapchat daily (Shontell)
● 9% of mobile owners reportedly use Snapchat (PEW)
● 8% of people who own an iPhone, have snapchat installed (PEW)
● The average number of snaps received per day is between 20-50 (Blodget
● In September 2014, 4.6 million Snapchat users had the usernames and personal info leaked onto the Internet (Hernandez)
Snapchat Updates to version 9.01 !
Snapchat Updates to version 9.01 !
Now introducing Discover is located in one swipe away from Stories - It’s a fun way to explore snaps from different editorial perspectives. Tap to open a channel, swipe left to skim through snaps, and swipe up on a snap learn more. Tears are awesome long-form videos and articles waiting underneath each top Snap!
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6 Daily Habits That Will Make 2015 Explosive
The new year is here and most entrepreneurs are looking at how they will raise their game in 2015. Many of you may want to ramp up your personal development and productivity to a whole new level to reach some major goals.
When it comes to finding success and achieving your goals, many times the most important struggle is the one that you encounter in mundane daily life. To truly find success in your life, it is important that you take the time to do the little things that matter most. Small changes to your daily routine can translate into monumental success in all of your endeavors.
Here are eight things that you should be doing, if you aren’t already, habitually.
1. Get up early:
Getting up early is about more than just getting up on time. When you get up early, before most people, you have a quiet and relaxing time to get things done. Imagine being able to sit down and go through emails or handle daily tasks without your message notification buzzing or your phone going off.
By getting up early, you are not only giving yourself some extra time in the morning, but you are giving yourself some extra valuable time that will allow you to get even more done.
You should be reading every single day. Never let a day go by that you don’t grow in some area of your life. This doesn’t necessarily mean crushing an entire novel in a few hours, but put aside a little time to read, preferably 20 to 30 minutes.
When you read you help stimulate your thought processes, and may be surprised by the ideas that you come up with. Reading things such as magazines or newspapers can also help you stay abreast of the world around you, a trait that can only be helpful, no matter what industry you work in.
Even if it is just for 30 minutes, it is important to start exercising daily. Exercise can help release endorphins that can naturally boost your mood and your energy levels. Not only will you feel happier and more energized but those who work out regularly report lower levels of stress.
4. Practice gratitude:
This can be a hard one for some people and it’s something that unfortunately many of us need to consciously practice. When our lives get consumed with work and personal demands it can be hard to remember to show gratitude to those that we interact with. Try to make a conscious effort to practice this.
As it starts to become more natural, you will be surprised by how many doors open and how many new relationship you can form by showing sincere gratitude to those around you.
5. Schedule your day before it starts:
Having a set schedule is a powerful tool when it comes to making the most of your day and being as productive as possible. To have the biggest impact with your time, try making your schedule the day before. This way the moment you wake up you will know just what is ahead.
6. Focus on high-priority tasks first:
Many people actually often put their high-priority tasks on the backburner and end up saving them until the last minute. This may be because the task is daunting, or because they think they will have more time to dedicate to the endeavor.
No matter what the reasoning is, challenge yourself by starting with focusing on your high-priority task. Get it done first and then focus on smaller things. After being in the mindset of tackling a high-priority project, your less demanding tasks will be easier to complete. It's a small change but one that can improve your effectiveness drastically
1. Set a goal and visualize it down to the most minute detail. See it, feel it, hear the sounds that accompany the end result (wind rushing through your hair, applause). Elite athletes visualize their performance ahead of time — right down to the smell of the sweat dripping down their face as they cross the finish line.
2. Make a list of the reasons you want to accomplish the goal. In our busy, distracting world, it’s easy to get blown off course. This is why you need to ground yourself in your goal. For extra “success insurance,” write your list with a pen. Studies show that when we write by hand and connect the letters manually, we engage the brain more actively in the process. Because typing is an automatic function that involves merely selecting letters, there’s less of a mental connection.
3. Break the goal down into smaller pieces and set intermediary targets — and rewards. I’ve called this “chunking” long before there was a Wikipedia to explain that there are eight variations of the concept. To me it’s the best non-pharmaceutical antidote to ADHD. Tony Robbins, arguably the foremost motivational speaker and personal development coach, says: “A major source of stress in our lives comes from the feeling that we have an impossible number of things to do. If you take on a project and try to do the whole thing all at once, you’re going to be overwhelmed.”
Enter chunking. My system involves chipping away at a project. Break it down into the smallest realistic steps and only do one at a time. Neuroscience tells us that each small success triggers the brain’s reward center, releasing feel-good chemical dopamine. This helps focus our concentration and inspires us to take another similar step. Try this with your bête noire, whether organizing your papers and bills or setting out to find a new job.
4. Have a strategy, but be prepared to change course. Let Thomas Edison inspire you in this department: “I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.” “Our greatest weakness lies in giving up.” “The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time.”
5. Get the help you need. It doesn’t necessarily take a village, but even if you could theoretically accomplish your objective alone, there’s inherent value in sharing your plan. It’s why people get married in front of witnesses. Announcing your intentions sends a strong message to the world and, more important, to your unconscious mind, which can sometimes sabotage our best efforts. Also, we often overestimate our abilities. The flip side is being highly selective about whom you tell and ask for help. It’s akin to the builder’s rule to always get “the right tool for the right job.”
6. Pre-determine how you will deal with flagging motivation. This is not defeatist thinking. On the contrary! It’s (almost) inevitable that at some point along the way, whether because of temporary setbacks or sheer exhaustion, you will need a little boost. When that happens, I think of what others have endured to reach their targets and to quash even the beginning of a pity party, I invoke the most hard-core endurance models I can think of: friends fighting serious diseases and Holocaust survivors.
Winston Churchill is particularly inspirational on this front. After London endured 57 consecutive bombings by the Germans during World War II (the Blitzkrieg), he was invited to address a group of students. In that speech, he uttered his immortal line “Never, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, give up.
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