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Riding an Emotional Rollercoaster

In family friends, motivation by Michael Michelini18 Comments

My family has a history of bipolar disorder. When I was younger, I went to a psychiatrist to see if I had signs of bipolar. The doctor said it wasn’t likely I had it, and that maybe by my mid-twenties if I didn’t have it, then most likely it wouldn’t show up. I never was admitted to a hospital for …

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Best bus ride ever

In travel by Michael Michelini1 Comment

Best bus ride ever I am on my way to Tayan’s wedding in Virginia, and am still terrified to get on a bus after my worst bus ride ever, globally but had to “man up” and get down there. I coulda waited till tomorrow and rode down with Giuseppe and Maria, but wanted to get down on Friday for the …

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People Watch Too Much TV in America!

In family friends, usa by Michael Michelini12 Comments

I guess I never really was a big TV watcher, back when I was younger, maybe in grade school, I remember getting my first computer, a 25 MHZ PC (I am not so techy now, back then it seemed easier) and Brian and William helped me overclock it to 33MHZ and upgrade RAM. Anyway, I would work on my computer, …

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The Main Thing Holding you back is YOU!

In usa by Michael Michelini8 Comments

As I run all over the place like crazy, of course I am getting frustrated. And some things don’t go as I planned, and I get angry – but there is a saying “A man can fail, but he isn’t a failure until he blames someone else.” – J. Paul Getty I have tried my best to constantly repeat this …

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Soon Mobile Internet Will Own Our Soul!

In usa by Michael Michelini2 Comments

Just finished up day 2 of #MXM2010 (Mobile Cross Media 2010) that discussed the convergence of mobile and web internet, and how companies can keep up to the rapidly growing and changing mobile space. I was informed about the event in the first place because I have been keeping in touch with Gillian Museig (aka SEOmom) from and she …

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Worst bus ride ever – globally!

In travel by Michael Michelini15 Comments

Man, I thought traveling in Philippines was difficult and scary try taking a greyhound bus from Connecticut to New York! Normally I take the metro north railroad train from New Haven to New york City, but I didn’t have a ride that far. So Andrew dropped me off in Hartford’s Union Station to catch a bus to NYC. First of …

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Eminem is More Motivational Then Ever

In travel by Michael Michelini4 Comments

I’m not going to attempt to say I’m an expert in the rap scene – I just follow what’s playing on the radio, club, bar – But I remember Eminem back when he came out, and I was in high school – he was derogative, slanderous, disrespectful, etc etc – It was rather hilarious and got him a lot of …

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Weekend back in Connecticut

In family friends by Michael Michelini5 Comments

After Florida, took a couple days back in New York for meetings and business. Its been exhausting to catch up with everyone, thinking how dispersed life has become, as I meet more people, as more people move, as I move around, I meet more people – I have so many more places to “Return to”. But it was great to …

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Why Did I Choose to Stay in New York?

In travel, usa by Michael Michelini4 Comments

Sure, my family has moved / retired down in Florida, it was great to see them, and I have hometown friends in Hartford, Connecticut – but New york is where my heart belongs. As far back as I can remember, growing up in Connecticut, watching the movies, the “rebel” Yankees (yea, everyone in my family and most of my friends …

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Back in New York – Ready to Rumble!

In motivation, usa by Michael Michelini2 Comments

Came back to NYC a day earlier then originally planned….just so much going on I couldn’t stand being away. What is basically developing in is a local media marketing company for the nightlife and entertainment industry. Looking to warehouse locally some products from newyorkbarstore that had been upstate for many many years – also cooperating with a couple advertising agencies …

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Staying ahead of technology. Timezones. Workflows

In travel by Michael Michelini2 Comments

Been back in USA a bit over 2 weeks now, and being Sunday, its always my “planning and strategy day” no matter where I am in the world, Sunday is the most “calm” day, the least amount of new incoming emails, and a chance for me to catch up, reflect, and think ahead. Timezones: In just 2 weeks so many …