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Class is back in session. This time around, I'll be sharing ways in which you can develop your audience. Create Content Consistently Content is the currency of the internet. It's a noisy marketplace where a sea of advertisements and updates flood various timelines. Add to the fact that people's attention spans are getting shorter by … Continue reading Class Notes: Helpful Advice On Growing An Audience + (a bonus doodle)
I haven't blogged in a while. There's a myriad of excuses and circumstances that I can expound on. For the sake of simplicity, I'll admit that I've gone through self-hustle fatigue yet again. Even this blog post, which is both an update and a roadmap concerning the future of the blog, has gone through multiple … Continue reading I’m learning to draw
WordPress recently reminded me that I created this account 2 years ago. It's amazing to see how far this blog has gone since I conceptualized the idea on a bus ride home. The humble beginnings that led to Brother Humbled. The early logos that I created on my iPod Touch. The multiple notes recorded at … Continue reading A 2-Year Anniversary
Hey everyone, just a quick update. Earlier this week, I self-diagnosed myself with a condition called "Self Hustle Fatigue." Symptoms include rampant procrastination, unfinished work, and the aforementioned fatigue. I struggled with finding the motivation to do anything productive. Unfortunately, this is a byproduct of being an independent and unknown artist. Without much certainty, it's … Continue reading Self Hustle Fatigue
Welcome to the first installment of Class Notes! Before we get started on today's lesson, let me first give a brief introduction into what you can expect. Through this series, my desire is to equip writers and poets with useful knowledge that will help them reach their full potential and become noticed by a wider … Continue reading Class Notes: Basics to Publishing Your Own Poetry
Two organisms in one space. Taking it nice and slow in the same race. We just happened to be in the same romantic state. Yet how long this will last is up for debate.