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Writing Exercise: Kevin Scrima’s Obituary

Recently i thought it would be fun as a writing exercise to write my own obituary. One YouTuber i watched named Elliot Hulse recommended it to help regain one’s sense of purpose and goals. Ill free write this for now since im doing this on my phone and have no examples i can use . Well here i go: ____________________________________ “On October 4th, 2015, Kevin Michael Scrima has passed away at 23 years. The cause of his death was the…

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Submitting to Boredom

I am bored. No surprise based on that title. Is it okay to submit yourself to boredom, knowing that you have more days ahead of you, being bored, feeling lifeless, knowing you are destined for more? Is it okay to accept living a lesser life? It cant be. No. You need to find a way to rise above it! How can one be bored for so long and tolerate it? You cant. Sadness stems from boredom. It is becoming inhuman.…

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Q & A: Gaming on Fiverr

I had someone offer me to answer questions related to my gaming gig on Fiverr, and I wanted to copy & paste them here. Enjoy! Thinking about your offer to play video games with/for people online through Fiverr. . . – What motivated you to offer to play video games on Fiverr? • I thought it would be a fun service and that I could help people out. It also made me excited that they could be on my YouTube…

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Blog Challenge Prompt: What Makes You Angry About The World?

For once in a long while, I was at a loss on what to write about, at least for a blog post. So, I picked a prompt from the Live Your Legend blog challenge: What Makes You Angry About The World? This seems like a hard one. A lot has made me angry, but I am at a time in my life where I can fortunately be happy almost all the time–the only time that wouldn’t be is if outside…

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Emails with Contact Form

Hey guys, If you emailed me, I apologize for not getting back. That goes to my admin email, which I had no idea how to access, and I am going to try and figure that out today. The contact form now goes to my personal email, so I will receive it and reply. Of course, any spam or trolls will get deleted/removed 🙂 ,Kevin

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My Old Strengths Finder 2.0 Test Results!

So when I was in college, I participated in a leadership program, and we had to take the Strengths Finder 2.0 test. It’s a wonderful book, and the test was actually… dead on and very insightful. Here are my results, and I doubt they changed: Your Top 5 Themes Intellection Input Learner Connectedness Strategic Intellection Shared Theme Description People who are especially talented in the Intellection theme are characterized by their intellectual activity. They are introspective and appreciate intellectual discussions.…

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My Introversion and Obsession with Productivity

When I dont create something or do something I value during the day, i can grow unbelievably cranky. I need to make some progress in making a Youtube video or editing it, writing a book, exercising at the gym, creating content for my websites, learning something new, etc, or it will be the only thing my mind will think about and I’ll become extremely edgy. I wouldve stayed inside if other people–my mom, girlfriend, and dad–didnt invite me to do…

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The Value of Time

The value of time is priceless. It’s what we do with that time that makes it meaningful. But not everyone values the same activities the same way. For example, someone may think attending a sporting event is a waste of time and that browsing the internet is not, or vice versa. The only difference is the value each human being places on the event. Based on a Google search on how old the universe is, the answer is about 13.8…

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Planning on Writing a New Book!

So, lately I have been thinking about writing a new book, one that is non-fiction… a self-help book, where I compile all sorts of helpful knowledge and ideas that I have collected over the years, both from my insights and observations and from learning from great authors or very knowledgeable people. It will be about how to be successful: Everything will have its own section, and there will be a more short and concise format to it, almost like bullet-points,…

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Positive Energy, and Failing But Still Winning BIG

Well, I am typing this blog post on my phone, but YOLO. So as many of you know who avidly follow me, I almost obsessidly seek new knowledge, and part of that is borrowing audiobooks from the public library. I recently borrowed “How to Fail At Everything and Still Win Big” by Scott Adams. I somehow almost always pick the most amazing and interesting nonfiction books/audiobooks out there. I keep a list of these so i will never forget them…

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