The Defiant Ones is a 2017 mini-series by HBO, and it focuses on the past experiences, current lives, and career of two titans of the music industry: Jimmy Iovine and Dr Dre. Recently, I watched The Defiant Ones, and I finished it with thoughts that led me to develop this list of lessons I learnt from The Defiant Ones. By merely adopting these five lessons I believe, we can all begin to experience more success.
It’s a safe assumption that as a writer the only thing you must do is write. Well, I’m going to share why I believe that if you want to improve your writing, then you must first learn how to read. To improve your writing, we must do more than just writing more. Yes, that method would work, but it has a limit. Instead, I believe that if we want to improve our writing, we must first learn to improve our influences.
Recently, I started a new side project and since I’m technically inclined. I got myself a Raspberry Pi 3 to play with. What I did with the Raspberry Pi is a story for another day. Instead, I found setting up my first Raspberry Pi to be a learning experience, so I thought I would share what I learned throughout the process. Here are five lessons I learnt from setting up my first Raspberry Pi.
Moving on is hard, it’s never easy. However, that doesn’t mean we can’t make forgetting about the old and embracing the new a less painful process. As humans, we tend to get hooked on feelings and emotions. These emotions, thoughts and, feelings get in the way of us making important decisions for our future. If we are to build a better future; we must accept the past and learn all we can from it.
I had the immense pleasure of recently being invited to an awards dinner covering my county, it’s a prestigious event where all the local businesses and entrepreneurs get together for a night of great food, lots of drinks and of course awards. This being my first black-tie event, I learnt one or two things besides how to do a bow tie (which is harder than it looks). Here are five lessons that my first black tie event taught me.