Authenticity, as defined by Webster, is being true to one’s own personality, spirit, or character. This word seems to be following me around this year.  I have been yearning for authenticity in everything I do and consume. I think authenticity is not only going to lead to me being my best self but also the give me the ultimate success I yearn for. So here are a few tips that are helping me be more authentic:

Make A Vision Board For 2017

Posted by the_realE on December 31, 2016

Category: Uncategorized
Recently, I went to an event to make my annual vision board for the new year. For people that don’t know, vision boards are a physical representation of what you want to bring into your life. You go through different magazines or books and cut out the pictures or words that resonate with the type of life you want to have. It’s no secret, this year was hard for many, including myself. I lost my
New Orleans rapper Dee-1 is definitely one to look out for. After grinding for years, the former teacher finally signed to a major label, RCA records in 2013. In 2015 he had debuted his first project on the label, the 3’s Up ep, which had his first major single “Against Us.” Shortly after that Dee-1 released his song “Sallie Mae Back” about paying back his student loans, which ended up going viral and exposing him to
In today’s society, more millennials (ages 18-34 in 2015 according to Pew Research) or “millennipreneurs” as called by Fortune are starting more businesses and targeting higher profits when compared to the baby boomer generation.  According to The Adair Group, a popular business for millennial entrepreneurs is T-shirt selling and designing.  The site further explains that millennials like to turn to apparel to showcase their personalities and humor.  That premise is exactly what helped South Carolina native Ryan
Radio legend, Angie Martinez book My Voice is truly inspirational. The book details the NYC native’s journey from growing up in the Bronx to becoming the ‘Voice of New York.’ Even though the book could be a Hip-Hop encyclopedia for Hip-Hop heads, Angie also gives life lessons in the book that people from all walks of life could use. 1. Enjoy the moment In the book there was a part where Angie was recording her first album Up Close