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The year was 2005, it was 5pm EST and the Toonami block on Cartoon Network was about to premier. The Toonami block was when all of the “cool” cartoons would come on. I’m talking Sailor Moon, Duel Masters, Rave Master, One Piece, Pokémon Chronicles, Immortal Grand Prix (IGPX), and of course Naruto! But among all of those epic shows, none was more epic than Akira Toriyama’s Dragon Ball Z.

Dragon Ball Z is a story about a Saiyan boy from Planet Vegeta that escapes from his home in a space pod; before it [his home] is destroyed by Frieza —…


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As 2021 gets underway, amid the aroma of excitement and new possibilities that a new year brings, people across the world are facing unprecedented scenarios that are only short of maddening. The start of 2021 has been all but peaceful and relaxing to say the least. I do not know about you, but Christmas through New Year’s vacation did not feel like much of a vacation. Over the last month or so now, I have had more anxiety attacks than ever before. …


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It is pretty obvious at this point that this year’s United States Presidential election is one of the most consequential in our nation’s history. On one hand you have a sitting President that is completely uncouth in his holding of the office; And on the other you have a doddering old man that is “profoundly decent”.

The boat for change has sailed both literally and metaphorically. The ‘Change’ candidate of 2008 in the form of Barack Obama has come and gone having served two full presidential terms. …


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I am about to give you my personal manifesto on how to live a life worth living. Self-respect is an essential if you want to be happy in your life. I find value in this topic because I believe that it is something that people do not really entertain as something worth discussing. For a multitude of reasons people will rationalize diminishing themselves for the purpose of bolstering someone else.

Unfortunately, the issue of low self-esteem is not isolated to an individual incident or a string of behaviors, self-deprecation can and does stem from an inherent human flaw. …


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One of the inevitabilities of life is waiting. We all wait. Your average driver spends 20% of their time waiting at red lights. Have you ever gone to a restaurant with a line? After taking your name down at the host station the next thing you receive is a wait time, not a table. And, once you get the table you still have to wait for your food. If you have ever been to a DMV, going into that situation, you already know that 90% of your time spent there will be waiting.

Waiting has a tedious quality to it…


Why You Should Get Naked More Often

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Since the beginning of time, the natural state of human beings has been one without clothes. Clothing came after human beings had the revelation of nudity:

When the woman saw that the fruit of the tree was good for food and pleasing to the eye, and also desirable for gaining wisdom, she took some and ate it. She also gave some to her husband, who was with her, and he ate it. …


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Do you struggle with doubt? Doubt is when you have an uncertainty about something. It is when what you thought you were sure about does not seem so sure. Doubt is an attack on your convictions. A renegade thought that is out of alignment with what you believe.

One of the most insidious characteristics of doubt is that it can be rooted in reality. What do you do when the world around you causes you to doubt? Maybe you have a goal that you want to achieve and you are doing everything you can to accomplish that goal, but nothing…


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What does progress actually look like? How do you know if you are growing or not? Growing up my sister and I would measure each other’s heights to see how tall each one of us had gotten. We were trying to see our growth. Back in high school when I ran track, I could identify my growth based on how much faster I had gotten, how much stronger I had gotten, and ultimately by how many races I was winning.

In school you identify growth by whether or not you are permitted to proceed to the next grade. There is…

Kenneth Wyche

My mission is to help you have a breakthrough — a paradigm shift. I help people change how they interact with the world around them for the better.

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