Monthly Archives: May 2011


2017-02-03T02:25:37+00:00May 28th, 2011|

There was an HBO special on the other day that followed dancers on their quest to make it on Broadway. The special showed hundreds on dancers getting their dreams shot down on camera for the whole world to see. Some were angry, some were sad, and then there were a few that handled the disappointment [...]


2017-02-03T02:25:37+00:00May 21st, 2011|

I was in NYC last week training with some friends and I saw a sign that said "May 21, 2011", and right under that date it said "end of the world". You see a lot of things in New York, I ve seen people pee on cars in broad daylight, a man walk down the [...]


2017-02-03T02:25:37+00:00May 14th, 2011|

It's amazing how many decisions we have to make each day. A survey I read said the average adult makes about 35,000 decisions per day. When you look at the number you think, there’s no way that’s accurate, but look deeper. Not every decision you make is a monumental one. When you wake up will [...]


2017-02-03T02:25:37+00:00May 7th, 2011|

In 1999 the movie "The Matrix" came out for the first time. It received a lot of positive feedback for its over the top special effects and "bullet time" or slow motion action during the fight scenes, which at that point wasn’t seen a lot or at all for that matter in other movies. I remember watching the [...]