Ideas Worth Sharing

This page is for sharing ideas so that others can make them happen. Too often I think we (by we I mean people in general) hold onto ideas that we can’t manifest currently. I think sometimes we hold onto ideas because we’re afraid of others profiting over what we perceive to be an original idea. This fear stems from the old deficit mind set that sees the world as a place with fixed definitions of success and limited resources. Instead the world is really a place of unlimited potential and opportunity for more than a hand few of people to develop common ideas. The whole Nas, “no idea is original” concept has merit. We’re constantly inspired by others and often are on the same page as others without realizing it. I think freely sharing ideas is one way to make the world a better place. Thus, this page is dedicated to allowing others to manifest those ideas so that they come to life. Feel free to share your thoughts and good ideas.

  1. Any lecture by KRS-One. In particular, I like what he says about being “sound” and what it takes to inspire artists out there who may not be making “uplifting” music yet. Those who may not know their power fully yet.
  2. The “Words” Episode from Radio Lab. It’s amazing how words shape not just our perceptions but our experiences. Without certain words, our world is limited. With certain words, expanded. Take a listen:
  3. Try to do something big. Be significant. Everyday seek to be your BEST, HIGHER self. I got a helpful reminder of this from Tyreese. You’ll leave the video feeling inspired. Check it out:  <div id=”fb-root”></div> <script>(function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); = id; js.src = “//″; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, ‘script’, ‘facebook-jssdk’));</script>
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4. March 24, 2014: I found this TED X Teen Talk with the Genious GZA speaking about using hip hop to teach and interest students in science and the power of music. Hip Hop and music, generally, is a great tool for teaching. I love how he breaks down how everything is music because everything is vibrating and thus using music to teach is an essential/natural way to educate kids. Here’s the talk:

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