Presence In Place of Fear

by Kenneth Rayman on March 23, 2020
Globe, Schipol International Airport, Amsterdam, Netherlands When the world was asked to go isolate, I had a breakdown. I’d been feeding subconsciously, as an empath, off my social media feed for the last few weeks, peaking when the announcement came. I also had my computer break after 9 years (it had a good life but the timing was not so...
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Fear Comes Back with a Vengeance

Fear Comes Back with a Vengeance

by Kenneth Rayman on January 28, 2020
Anymore, writing about my growth feels like beating a dead horse. Nothing feels new and the last few were written during spells of melancholy. Amid yet another spell with a creative slump in tow,...
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If I Had a Diary, It Would Say This

If I Had a Diary, It Would Say This

by Kenneth Rayman on July 24, 2019
How did Anthony Bourdain become “Anthony Bourdain”? Josh Gates become “Josh Gates”? And more recently, with his new show traveling the world eating food, Gordon Ramsey become “Gordon Ramsey”?...
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Mental Health, a Voice of a Generation Lost, and a Widow's Mission

Mental Health, a Voice of a Generation Lost, and a Widow's Mission

by Kenneth Rayman on July 14, 2019
When writing, I try avoiding words that create vagueness, like “understanding,” “connection,” “new connection,” “self-care,” and “journey,” yet sometimes they are the only way to give certain...
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Purpose: Living With It and Finding It

Purpose: Living With It and Finding It

by Kenneth Rayman on July 4, 2019
The world of Personal Development is full of voices that barrage you with advice and sometimes that can overwhelm. I’ve written before about the Existentialism overload but how I found the perfect...
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Music Heals As Much As It Entertains

Music Heals As Much As It Entertains

by Kenneth Rayman on June 22, 2019
For a while now I’ve had a project sitting around collecting dust because I just forgot to keep working on it. I started to make a YouTube playlist of songs that are uplifting when you are in...
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A Reminder of Why I'm Needed

A Reminder of Why I'm Needed

by Kenneth Rayman on May 30, 2019
Occasionally, we need to go over the basics and clear out the confusion that accumulates as we grow and add on to them. I’ve learned plenty of lessons when re-approaching the basics this way....
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Harmonious Hustle Live

Harmonious Hustle Live

by Kenneth Rayman on May 14, 2019
I’ve heard it said many times, “Your brain is running on outdated software;" "negative self talk is the program you brain will run;" "your brain’s function is to keep you alive not encourage...
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The Start of a Shift in Mentality

The Start of a Shift in Mentality

by Kenneth Rayman on April 13, 2019
Brendon kept mentioning the “car accident” in the videos I saw for his book, “The Charge,” while mentioning his ATV accident as well, shortly before it was written and published. Even though...
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Quitting vs. Giving Up

Quitting vs. Giving Up

by Kenneth Rayman on March 30, 2019
The words “quit” and “fired” terrified me because anytime I looked for a job, it was long and arduous to even get an interview, let alone the job. I was terrified of getting called by my manager...
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The Silent Killer of All Hopes and Dreams

The Silent Killer of All Hopes and Dreams

by Kenneth Rayman on February 25, 2019
Seeing videos on the internet about people with disabilities achieving milestones fills me with pride and empathy. I live vicariously thorough them at that moment because I can imagine the elation...
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Regret Drives Me

Regret Drives Me

by Kenneth Rayman on February 13, 2019
I made a post when I left for Poland about my travel day rituals. I, without realizing it, wore my Gary Vaynerchuk “Regret is Poison” t-shirt on both of my first flights to Europe last year. Once...
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Sean Stephenson: 3 ft. of Wisdom, Empathy, and Life

Sean Stephenson: 3 ft. of Wisdom, Empathy, and Life

by Kenneth Rayman on December 29, 2018
The man’s picture was all I knew, not even, actually, his name, but I heard Vishen Lakhiani introduce his story, talking about 300 fractures before becoming a teenager and being “pretty much no...
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Best Year Ever Blueprint 2018

Best Year Ever Blueprint 2018

by Kenneth Rayman on December 26, 2018
I discovered the organization when they liked a post of mine on Instagram; the name caught my attention, “Front Row Foundation,” so I clicked their profile and preceded down the rabbit hole....
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Jason Goldberg: Relatable Man, Timely Wisdom, Infectious Personality

Jason Goldberg: Relatable Man, Timely Wisdom, Infectious Personality

by Kenneth Rayman on December 12, 2018
Returning from Tallinn, I wanted to find ways to stay connected to the Mindvalley Tribe and those that I resonated with. I became Facebook Friends with several people and if I was added by...
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