” You’ll ensure your success by spending time towards making sure that your targets fit the SMART criteria. ” Good example: ” I wish to create $ 100, 000 in passive revenue within 5 years from this date. summarizes the set of criteria that your goal must-follow in order for it to be a well – centered and attainable aim. It’s not dissimilar to a college program that targets special lessons for each major. Internationally famous company philosopher Jim Rohn states, ” We want to create the aims that our heart conceives, that our mind believes and that our bodies will execute.
Nike is bringing street football right to the heart of London at its flagship store Nike Town. For one week only, Nike Town will open its doors to street footballers to celebrate the game in their own unique way. With a focus on the NikeFootballX range, the week-long experiences include product trial challenges, 2v2 winner stays on, and various skill competitions for football fans to enjoy. With RinseFM on the decks, a showcase of some of Nike’s best football gear, and non-stop football action, it’s bound to be an amazing week of celebrating the beautiful game. Catch the action from 22nd May – 29th May 10am-7pm every day. More images after the cut.
Wu-Tang: Shaolin Style was one of my top 5 games on the Playstation. I played it for hours upon end growing up. If you’re not familiar, it’s a fighting game with the members of legendary hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan. I had a go-to character like you always do in these games, and it was a guy in a hoodie with a boxing style of fighting. That guy was Raekwon, probably the most successful (and arguably the most talented) member of the Wu-Tang Clan. Only Built 4 Cuban Linx was a regular playthrough on my iPod and I, like many others, saw Raekwon as a legend in the world of hip-hop. You can imagine, then, my reaction when I got invited to meet him and ask him about his new album. I bounced around in excitement until the moment I walked in to the room. It was a brief chat, and there was so much more I wanted to ask him, but read on to see the Chef’s thoughts on his new album F.I.L.A.
Now, this is pretty awesome. Clemens Wirth, a director and visual artist from Austria, has created this beautifully fascinating short film experimenting with gravity and a variety of objects and materials. A simple idea that creates visuals you can’t take your eyes off. By simply rotating the rig 360 degrees, Clemens was able to create wonderful practical effects and behaviours from the subjects. A brilliant example of creating art from motion, all while keeping the camera completely still. Check out the video after the cut.
These are brilliant. SpaceX, an American aero-space manufacturer and transport company, has just released these awesome vintage-inspired Mars travel posters. With the posters depicting – and showing off – various parts of the planet that we have discovered (and named), they make travelling to Mars a thing of the present time, not something that is potentially centuries away (still something that will happen, nonetheless). They’re beautifully designed and you’d struggle to not be excited about the future of space exploration and travel after seeing these. Check them out after the cut.
E3 is coming, and if you’re a gaming fan like me, this will excite you. Three days before it, though, something exciting is happening. Nintendo needs a miracle to become cool again, and this just may do it – after 25 years, the Nintendo World Championship is back. Touring cities across the United States in 1990, with the final being held in Hollywood, the tournament got people involved of all ages as they played Super Mario Bros, Rad Racer and Tetris, battling it out to be crowned champion. With gaming being an online phenomenon now, Nintendo will likely open spectating up to everyone through streaming. Can’t wait for this. More nostalgia after the cut.
“If you could have anything in the world, what would it be?“. There’s a question we got asked a lot growing up. There was always one answer that always popped up, too – a jetpack. The video after the cut is probably the closest you’ll ever be to flying a jet pack, and it is simply breathtaking. Jetpack owner Yves Rossy flies through the skies of Dubai in stunning 4K in this dream-like video. Click through, press play, and hit full screen. This. Is. Amazing.
As a keen photographer, you often find yourself taking shots that you didn’t initially set out to take. For example, you may well be out taking photos for a commissioned piece of work when suddenly something else captures your eye that is miles off the brief and direction you have been given. But you capture it. Because you just can’t help it. That’s the story behind this collection of images on It’s Nice That by 24-year-old South African photographer Kent Andreasen that I had recently stumbled across. On a trip to Casablanca for Nike football culture (this work is incredible also, by the way), Kent ended up shooting through multiple rolls of film in documenting the local area. The results are amazing. Check out some shots after the cut and more of his work on his website.
The many dimensions of film is probably the most beautiful thing about it. I’ve been consuming a lot of video content lately, and it’s great when you stumble across something that makes you just stop everything else you’re doing and watch. Swedish filmmaker Kalle Ljung travelled to Antarctica on a 20-day voyage to capture some incredible footage on a Go Pro. Yeah, that awesome camera that seems to have no limits in what it can produce. Breathtaking visuals are the result of his efforts, and it’s well worth the watch, if only to see parts of our beautiful planet that many of us will never get the chance to. It’s thanks to creatives like Kalle that we can see these parts of the world in all their glory. Check it out after the cut.
Jamie xx. Probably one of the greatest talents the UK has produced over recent time. If you’re not already familiar with his work, get familiar. Moreover, the UK musician has got an upcoming global tour - In Colour – that is bound to be amazing. Staying on the amazing new visuals from his latest single Gosh have surfaced, and it’s a must-watch music video. Teaming up with Swedish digital artist Erik Wernquist, the video is a stunning collection of atmospheric visuals featuring shots from outer space. It’s subtly mesmerizing. Watch the video after the cut. This has got me really excited for his upcoming album.