Hey good people! Ralph here. I hope you all are remaining safe and healthy as we continue to navigate through this COVID-19 pandemic. I’m going to ask for some assistance on this one. In these turbulent times, many of us entrepreneurs are doing the best we can to keep our small businesses afloat and as well as staying relevant in the public eye. With that being said, I’m running a promotional giveaway for my YouTube channel, in which I’ll be giving away a free, exclusive graphic t-shirt to five lucky individuals selected by lottery.Continue reading “Free Graphic T-Shirt Giveaway, Courtesy of Orange Moonwerks Studios”
Hey good people, Ralph here! I just wanted to bring you up to speed of what’s been happening with me, things I’ve been contemplating and working on. In this post, I shared a link to a recent boxing video I uploaded on my YouTube Channel, in which I go into depth about some of the boxing drills that I do in my workouts. Just as importantly, I discuss a little bit about the power of humility and how crucial it is to one’s success.Continue reading “Boxing Training Motivation: Why Humility Matters In Success?”
The second trailer to Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel is here and Brie Larson aka Carol Danvers, lights up the Marvel Cinematic Universe unlike never before. During Monday night’s NFL game between the Washington Redskins and Super Bowl champions the Philadelphia Eagles, Disney-Marvel shared the second trailer for 2019’s Captain Marvel. The first trailer arrived in September, and has been viewed an incredible 46 million times on YouTube.
Four days ago, Grey’s Anatomy actor and activist Jesse Williams won a humanitarian award at the 2016 BET Awards, and he pretty much stole the show. Personally, I had to take a few days for all the noise on social media to die down and allow Jesse Williams’ words to marinate on my conscious. The message that this brother dropped on the world was so deep, unflinching and POWERFUL. It was one of the most coherent and sincere critiques of systemic racism, police brutality, cultural appropriation and exploitation and a heartfelt message to black women here and afar who have “spent their lifetimes dedicated to nurturing everyone before themselves. We can and will do better for you.” There were so many grand moments of this speech, but there was one particular tidbit that stood out to me:Continue reading “Jesse Williams’ Empowering Speech on Black Oppression, Race Injustice at the 2016 BET Awards”