Month: February 2015

Musical Commute

The best part of living in New York City is that there is inspiration everywhere—especially in the subway! Creativity is overflowing underground! Everyday I look forward to interacting with and experiencing this beautiful tapestry of humanity. I am also happy to share this with you.


Facebook PR Policy’s

Shechaim's News of the Day

Native Americans Say Facebook Is Accusing Them of Using Fake Names

This has happened to me twice in the past and I still have not been able to re-up with many friends.

Know what the funny thing is?

Facebook uses names and accounts to sell advertising and will make no money off of my English name and a fortune if I were to re-build my Facebook account with the information from the two lost accounts, Word press and Google because people want to know the truth and find it there and not on Facebook!

What is a ‘Real Name’?

Facebook’s policy on real names only has got it in some PR hot water in the past, when it forced members of the LGBT community to use their legal (but not preferred) names. But it also seems like it has a track record of stupidity when it comes to…

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How To Stop Internalizing Your Failures

“Failure is the condiment that gives success its flavor.” ― Truman Capote


I completely forgot to write an article for today. I woke up this morning, wrote for something else and midway through the day, I realized it was Wednesday. I failed.

I hate feeling like my writing is rushed because I like to think and really feel my writing. So instead, I thought I going to post a question from our recent book.

“Wait, what? You wrote a book?” – Everyone

Recently, Steven and I wrote a book called “Not So Frequently Asked Questions.” If you haven’t heard of it, it’s because clearly we’re just writers and failed at marketing. We were so focused on the content and quality of the book that we forgot to build anticipation. Here is one question from our new book:

“How do I stop internalizing failure and beating myself up? I have this problem. I internalize everything! If I fail at something even if…

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Shechaim's News of the Day

Your eyes are not deceiving you an Organic battery for use in storing power from wind and solar powered units for when the wind is calm and the sun I not shining.

A special heartfelt thank-you to two of my favorite friend/followers for finding

Aware & fair

And for



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No toxic spilling from wind or solar

Shechaim's News of the Day

Duke Energy’s coal ash spill

Remember, there is no toxic spilling from wind or solar and organic batteries.

It is a year today that another Duke Energy coal ash spill, this one into the Dan River in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Coal Ash, the left over from burning coal, is loaded with arsenic, lead, aluminum, selenium, chromium and mercury!

This leak covered the bottom of the river up to five feet thick covering seventy miles of the river with 39,00 tons of coal ash from the spill.

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The Billion Dollar President

Juju Films

The Koch Brothers have put in a bid of $1b to buy the U.S. Presidency. Actors like Bobby Jindal, Rick Perry, Mike Huckabee, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and a flock of Republican candidates who have long preached the anti big government mantra to the American people are auditioning for the role of the Billion Dollar President for Casting Directors Charles G. Koch and David H. Koch.

The script calls for a puppet, other actors include The US Supreme Court, US Senate and House of Representatives, Governors and Ministers. The first action shot of this billion dollar production is at the Oval Office with the Billion Dollar President signing into law the Keystone XL Pipeline bill, a bill which Obama had vetoed. Ogbeni Ayotunde


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