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Yaya Diamond interviews Felicia Owens   

 

 

TODAY IS A GREAT DAY TO START WORKING ON YOUR DREAMS 

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Michelle Areaux (A-rue) is a young adult fiction writer whos  works include historical thrillers that brings readers back to the world of the paranormal with a new twist. https://www.shadyoaksbooks.com/ And all social media under the Michelle Areaux. 

Charu has been playing the piano since the age of five, and performing since the age of nine. She won an international piano competition at the age of 15. Their debut album, “Lollipops for Breakfast," launched in November, with original music composed by Suri, and won a Global Music Award. https://open.spotify.com/artist/74kDoHOU6cjB6MFeCDsoZX#_=_  Insta: CharuSurimusic 

In this SECOND EDITION of her book, Dawn A. Witte weaves a beautiful tapestry of words to live by and reminds us we never know the impact our words can have on someone else. We all have the power to make someone's day a little brighter or a little worse. https://www.amazon.com/Be-Collection-Friends-Kindness-Evolution/dp/1732037205/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=dawn+witte+be&qid=1552587690&s=gateway&sr=8-1-spell

Yaya Diamond interviews R&B artist Ed Brown  

ED BROWN OFFICIAL, HICKORY NORTH CAROLINA BASED R&B SENSATION IS SET TO TAKE FLIGHT IN 2018  BY SIMPLY BRINGING THE WOW FACTOR TO HIS AUDIENCE. ED'S SMOOVE STYLE IS A WARM COMBINATION OF THE OLE SCHOOL MIXED WITH NEW SCHOOL. ED GREW UP LISTENING TO STEVIE WONDER, AND JODECI AND MANY MORE. SINGING IN CHURCH GAVE ED THE TOOLS AND HE HAS NEVER LOOKED BACK. NOW FOCUSING ON HIS DEBUT SINGLE ENTITLED: IT'S ALL GOOD FEATURING GREYSTORM ( THE RE-MIX), WRITTEN BY ED AND WELL KNOWN PRODUCER ARTIST GREYSTORM, RELEASED UNDER THE LABEL STREET SAVY RECORDS / UNIVERSAL MUSIC DISTRIBUTION ON APRIL 20, 2018 AND IS AVAILABLE EVERYWHERE!!! WORKING WITH PRODUCER GREYSTORM, LOOK FOR ED'S DEBUT E.P ENTITLED ONE MORE SEASON, WHICH IS NOW ALSO AVAILABLE, AS WELL ON THE STREET SAVY / UNIVERSAL MUSIC DISTRIBUTION. FOLLOW ED BROWN OFFICIAL ON TWITTER, INSTAGRAM, SOUNDCLOUD, AND FACEBOOK UNDER ED BROWN OFFICIAL AND VISIT ED'S OFFICIAL WEB-SITE @WWW.EDBROWNOFFICIAL.COM, WHERE YOU CAN HEAR ALL THE LATEST MUSIC BY ED AND HIS DEBUT VIDEO TRAILER AND FULL LENGTH VIDEO DIRECTED BY BOBBY WASHINGTON.

When you know that you know  

Interview with Isha a former foster child, Military Sexual Trauma survivor, formerly homeless, USAF Retired, and most recently, CEO/Founder of "Breaking The Psychle", LLC 

Born in Columbia, SC to a 14 year old mother, Isha K Taylor has had her share of obstacles. Her childhood years were riddled with dysfunction, abuse, abandonment, and pain. The quote, "Life for me ain't been no crystal stair"- Langston Hughes, describes her journey perfectly. Despite various obstacles placed before her, she continues to emerge as a phoenix from the ashes! Renewed, Restored, Empowered and Refreshed every time! Isha is the oldest of 4 siblings, 3 sisters and 1 brother. The mother of 2 young kings Faizon 15, and Isaiah 11. 

"Breaking The Psychle", LLC is currently based out of NYC with hopes of having organizations such as these all over the world. "Breaking The Psychle" is a movement, specifically targeting homeless women here in NYC. However, the message behind the movement is to remove all barriers related to homelessness as a state of mind. To uproot and retill the soil. We must rebuild our foundations with new beliefs systems and habits that enrich our lives and future generations to come.  http://btpsychlenyc.wordpress.com


Interview with Jeff Hall CEO of Overflow Cafe  

Jeff Hall is the Founder and CEO of Overflow Cafe. Born in Guyana South America, he moved to Canada in 1983. Jeff has 23 years of business experience. He started working at the age of 7 (yes seven) doing door to door sales to support his family (he has a super strong work ethic). He has helped build 14 orphanages worldwide and has a goal to help build 3 more in Moldova. In his spare time, he loves Game of Thrones, Walking Dead and a good cup of tea. His website is www.overflowcafe.com


Interview with Gemini P  

Gemini P is a Pop/EDM artist, he blends Pop and EDM with his unique mix of R&B. With influences ranging from Ne-Yo, Bruno Mars, Tiesto, Calvin Harris, Zedd, Marshmello to J Cole Kendrick Lamar and Drake, he offers a soulful take on the modern club sound, creating a new sonic landscape that's equal parts fun and groundbreaking. He hails from Detroit, Michigan and is the founder of his technology company Pmpire Tech. After creating a number of mobile applications in recent years, he now aims to disrupt the current Pop-EDM music scene by merging his innate passion for creating music along his rich tech-background. Gemini P's music is reflective of his two personas mashed in one. One of these personas is joyful, dancing and loving while the other is hurtful and dark, shaped by his diverse past experiences with a variety of people. 

Website: www.geminip.com 

Video link to the song: https://youtu.be/6HDlcKZPLPE 

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/geminip1/?hl=en 

Twitter: https://twitter.com/gemini_p1 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pmpire/

Top 5 reasons to pursue your dreams 

There are so many people who stopped pursing their dreams due to opposition of family, friends, self doubt, etc. How about you? Me? Have you ever discouraged someone because of what you thought to be a high risk career? How about talking yourself out of going for your dreams because everyone in your life has said "you have to face reality" or "you have to have a back up plan"? 

While I am not opposed to having a steady income, but this is not me saying your dreams are to far fetched, this is me saying pay your bills while you go for it. Here are my top 5 reasons for pursuing your dreams. 

 

Everyone tells you it isn't possible.

This should not discourage you, but put fire under you to move forward. Most people who say it is not possible are themselves discouraged, and want you to join them as to not be lonely in their situation. 

What is your thoughts on this? Do you believe you can't? Do you believe your dreams, goals, are impossible to achieve? Do you believe you are incapable? If you do stop reading this post, it's not for you, but if you know that you know you can then continue. 

At every age there is something you can do to advance your dream. I have heard some say they wanted to be a singer, but found they could not sing. Have faith to know that singing is a part of an industry just like every other career choice is a part of a larger picture. Just because you can't sing doesn't mean you can't be a part of the singers career. Can you write? Produce? Book shows? ETC... Then you can indirectly sing. 

 

It is always on your mind.

Does this dream bother you day in and day out? Is it always on your mind, in your dreams, everything you see? Then this is your destiny, or maybe you are a piece of the puzzle, but whatever the case pursuing this will complete your reason for existence. 

Don't let this scare you, your dreams may be bigger than you, than life, but not impossible. Every goal begins with a step, so let's begin.

 

Life seems empty without it.

Your life seems empty without it, your days seem to run into each other, and every time you see something that reminds you regret sets in. There is no where to run, no where to hide, and regret will always be your companion. This means just one thing, you have not choice other than to pursue this dream, if you don't pursue your dream it will eat you inside out. 

 

You can see yourself living the dream

Have you seen the end results of your dream? Do you see yourself being successful? Have you looked in the mirror and received an award? Do you give advise to others as to how they should go about accomplishing their goals, but don't take the advise yourself? This is a clue that you have the know about, but also you are a bit nervous to take the leap. Just know if you have how to advise for others, then you are ready to implement your own dreams. Just look at yourself and begin taking the advise you give to others. 

You have it written down. 

If you have written your goals down then you have taken that first step, congrats. Beginning is half the battle, but also the beginning of a journey. Don't get scarred, nervous, or discouraged because of the challenges you will ultimately face during this adventure, it's all part of the journey. Put your big boy/girl pants on because there will be those, even those close to you, that will try to oppose your quest, but don't let it bother you. 

Remember why you began in the first place. Let me let you in on a secret that no one told me when I began my journey. "No" is going to become the most popular word you will hear during this adventure, and "Yes" will be alluding at times. I have learned that neither guarantees success or help, and neither of these answers are always final. People are afraid of the unknown, and you are going to face this every day of your life from the moment you decide to take this journey. 

The most authentic answer I have ever received was neither a yes or a no, but "Let us see what happens". It was a promise to work, a motion to move, a moment of clarity, and a certainty of uncertainty, but it was the most beautiful answer I had ever heard. To be clear, your dream will have stages so be sure to reward yourself for every step, either forward or backwards. You will learn a lot, and sometimes the lesson seems to be in defeat, but I will give you a pointer. There is no such thing as failure! Lessons are to be learned, redirection takes place in everyday life and business, and when something doesn't work take a different approach or path altogether. We are all learning and life is a teacher by way of your goal. When you get an "F" on a paper you don't stop taking the class you just try harder. 

I hope this has encouraged you to go after your goals, and remember 

Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard.  - Tim Notke

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