Achieve Your Destiny: A Simple Exercise

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Work Backwards to Set S.M.A.R.T. Goals






Start by identifying your long-term view and ultimate destination.

Where do you sit currently?

Where do you want to go?

How are you going to get there?

After identifying your long-term goal, begin to work backwards.

If you wish to achieve your long-term goal 10 years from today, establish what you will need to have achieved 5 years from today in order to set yourself on a positive trajectory toward achieving your 10 year goal. Furthermore, determine what you will need to have achieved 2 years from today in order to set yourself on a positive trajectory toward achieving your 5 year goal. Continue shortening this time frame until you reach the present day. By creating and adhering to a present day plan, your long-term goal becomes less daunting and more practical to attain.


The Chelsea Boot

The design is credited to Queen Victoria’s shoemaker J. Sparkes-Hall who patented the design in 1851.

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Theatrical and ballet shoe maker Anello & Davide created a variant of the Chelsea boot in 1961 with cuban heels and pointed toes for The Beatles, after John Lennon and Paul McCartney saw some Chelsea boots in its shop window and commissioned four pairs with higher, Cuban heels – this style became known as Beatle Boots.

Grab yourself a pair below

Urban Outfitters





Tennis Court (Flume Remix) – Lorde

19 year-old New Zealander Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O’Connor (aka Lorde)


24 year-old Australian Harley Edward Streten (aka Flume)


Lorde became the youngest solo artist to achieve a number-one single in the US with Royals, since Tiffany’s I Think We’re Alone Now (1987).

Flume began creating music at the age of thirteen, with a basic production disc that was packaged in a box of cereal.

Lorde Facebook Fanpage

Flume Facebook Fanpage

Out of Sight – The Bloody Beetroots ft. Paul McCartney

One-On-One with Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo

Italian frontman Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo of the electro-punk group The Bloody Beetroots describes his memorable collaboration experiences with music legends Paul McCartney, Peter Frampton and Tommy Lee.

Rifo believes all music sounds the same these days – artists fail to study or do research anymore. The answers, he says, are all back in the days with masterminds like McCartney, Frampton and Lee.

Rifo‘s current project is operating under the pseudonym SBCR on Dim Mak Records. Sir Bob stated his newest venture will allow for the reshaping of the future of The Bloody Beetroots.

Visit the SBCR Facebook Fan Page Here

Know Your Worth – Solidify Your Frame!

By recognizing your personal value, being firm in your unique disposition and framing your perception, you can successfully cultivate an upward trajectory of success and achieve your ambitions.

Frame the way you perceive and react to the world with an ABUNDANCE, ENTITLEMENT & ATTRACTION mentality. Convince your subconscious to accept these co-dependent mind-sets and employ them to maximize your results!



Street Art Dosage

Vancouver’s i♥️

i♥️ has been serving up street tags reflecting contemporary society’s feverous obsession with social media – skewing the distinction between life on and off-line.

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Click for i♥️’s Webpage

Sydney’s Scott Marsh

Scott Marsh has been exploring the growing cross over between graffiti and high art. 

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Click for Scott Marsh Webpage

Israel’s Broken Fingaz Crew

The Broken Fingaz Crew have made their mark with their explicit fluorescent style.

Click for The Broken Fingaz Crew Webpage