Journaling isn’t a one-way street. It’s not one size fits all. There’s a different type of journal out there for everyone. Whether you simply want to document your goals or maybe you’re conquering the seven seas and you want to keep a tab of your findings, journaling takes many different forms, but what’s best for you? Here are a few suggestions to help you decide.
To most people, graphic design is purely about making logos, creating flyers, or business cards. But when you see the work of young graphic designers like Niyi Adeogun, it completely reshapes the ideas of what you thought graphic design was about. It’s more than just logos and YouTube banners, it’s about telling a story, sending a message, expressing your emotions. And for Niyi he has spent the last 2-3 years expressing himself through his art which has attracted attention from the likes of Spotify UK and global stars like Jidenna. Here is a little insight into how Niyi Adeogun, the engineering student, turned his passion for graphic designing into a business.
When you think about journaling the first thing that comes to most people’s minds is a bunch of pages of writing starting with ‘Dear diary…’ followed by a rant about your day. However, journaling isn’t just about b*tching, there are other elements to journaling that could improve your quality of life over time. So keep reading to find out some of the benefits of journaling, maybe you’ll find just one reason to start keeping a journal for yourself.
Have you ever thought about what it would feel like to be booked for £10’000 for a service that you offer? Well, on episode two of the Brand Therapy Podcast Trist Taylor interviews one prominent figure within the creative industry who accepts nothing less than five figures. She works behind the scenes of some of your favourite music videos and has worked with most of your favourite artists. M Huncho, Roddy Rich, Skepta, Yxng Bane, and Chipmunk, to mention a few, and she’s only just getting started.
When it comes to Trist Taylor (@TristWrapCity), you’ll never be short of valuable content. Whether you’re watching his Instagram Live, going through his social media feed or following his business Growdaily.co.uk. For the last few years Trist has taken it upon himself to shift content culture by providing content of value and substance. And to aid this journey he has released a new podcast that goes by the name of ‘The Brand Therapy Podcast’.
Young Entrepreneurs – Amanda Ogong A Woman That Means Business When it comes to women in business, in my circle a few names come to mind but two individuals stick out from the rest. Cessiah Lopez and Amanda Ogong. I’ve already written about Cessiah, today is about Amanda, one of the bubbliest individuals I know. … Read moreHustlers: Amanda Ogong – She Means Business
Do you ever wonder why you feel so tired after bussing? Why you’d rather sleep than get on with the work you intended to start after your session? Why all the energy in your body feels like it’s been zapped away? The reason you feel like this is because your energy HAS been zapped away. That energy comes in the form of that white sticky stuff that you just sent flying.
When it comes to self-help books Napoleon Hill’s ‘Think and Grow Rich’ seems to be most people’s first recommendation and after reading it it’s clear why.
Have you ever wanted to start reading a self-help book or any book in general but had difficulty starting? The truth is there are different ways to read, but once the ball starts rolling, it turns into a snowball effect. The more you read, the more you’ll want to read and the better you’ll get at it. If you’re need help figuring out how to read a book then carry one reading, I’m sure the advice in this post will be of value!