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    How to be in COMPLETE CONTROL of your life..

    How to be in COMPLETE CONTROL of your life..

         Seriously. It really makes sense if you think about this kind of stuff. I will let you know now, mindset studies backed up by science is an amazing rabbit hole to go down.

         For now, long-story-short, I've changed my mind. For the past couple of months I have taken the time to re-evaluate my situations. Where I stand in my apparel business, how I feel with my emotions, and where I imagine I'm placed in a virtual world that demands validity in the form of "Likes and Dislikes". 

          I completely gave up forms of sitting in front of a box, other than the casual anime show on my laptop just to feed "the" creative. I rarely do Netflix at all, unless it's a new episode of Shark Tank or Dragon's Den (the Canadian equivalent). If anything, my pile of books on my nightstand are piling up faster than I can find new series' to watch, and I'm grateful. Lately I have just been focusing more on developing my mind and ultimately myself. Because I've never been in a position higher than where I am at today, it's hard for me to place a standard point on which I can base my actions. So I've turned to reading on a constant basis on areas in my life that I find I'm weak, and to YouTube's plethora of free seminars, and audio books. 

        The reason why I am writing this is because I came across a small coincidence in the way the following interviews speak on the subject of quantum realms and how we have full control of our life, yet a majority of humans just let their life flow on abiding to a set system. But in question, who set it up? In reality, the regular 9-5 system was developed for the working man during the industrial era. To this day it has become the system on how all of life revolves. 5 days through out the week on which we get up early, go through the system, come home to some "free time" and then sleep. That's just the gist. In relationships, and in interactions we have a fast way of thinking and this way is the quickest reaction based on our environment in retrospect. But if we take even the slightest bit of time to step into our mind before any reaction to both good and bad situations, we can configure the best and most rewarding decisions regularly, and thus live a fulfilling and rich life. The videos I present to you go deep into quantum physics but the more you listen to the reasons backed up by science, the more I hope you become aware of how true it is that you can alter your reality.

    The first one is a small introduction to being the creator of different lives by Ed Mylett. How to consistently be growing for the better of your own self.

    The second interview talk is between leading life coach Tony Robbins interviewing the Deepak Chopra, teaching what really shapes our lives on a scientific scale.

    Third one is an interview on Impact Theory by Tom Bilyeu and Maston Kipp. The part about quantum realms and decision making starts at 12:00, but I highly suggest you give the whole video a listen. 

    The 1st KMR Shirt Ever Made

    The 1st KMR Shirt Ever Made

         Here's a little bit of an interesting factoid. The story behind this character goes deep, and then again it doesn't really. But it is because of this little fella that Kings Must Rise Apparel might even exist at all.

       I first created DIY shirts due to the fact that I wanted to fit in with peers that were able to afford high end clothes that was just out of my budget. The next best thing for a starving artist to do was to first be creative enough but also to be resourceful enough. What many artist's know, and quite possibly most disciplined business men, is that when you are given very little to no resources to solve a problem, then your brain solving efforts take a step up and the ball gets rolling on a creative way around the problem ten fold. In some situations the more dire the more the push. In this case, I used jealousy as a positive motivation for communal inclusiveness. I bought pack of blank white t-shirts at my local department stores like H&M, Zara and even Walmart $10 (CAD), went a few aisles over to the "crafts" section and picked up a set of heat transfers for $20. This was all I needed to create the next step of my vision. When you create anything at all, YOU CREATE IT TWICE. Once is the finished product that everybody sees, but the first time you created it was in your head where only YOU saw it before anyone else did.

         I printed unique designs that referred to some of the brands that I saw in my high school. Except my shirts were more than %80 less in cost. No one batted an eye, other than to look in wonderment as to where I got my limited edition "versions" of my apparel. But as one thing led to another, or should I say a knowledge that led to the next idea years later, I was rushed to create art for a particular midterm. Now you know you should never rush art, but I had no choice. And I say this again with experience, but when you are limited as a person, you begin to create a sort of defense mechanism that combats counter productivity. This is why many people leave things last minute, but end up getting it done none-the-less. In one morning before an art review midterm of my sketchbook, I drew pages worth of sketches. 1 of those sketches was this character who I have come to name "Rodot" (The 'd' is a 'b' backwards. I know, so creative). Anyways. You may be able to see some pop-culture references in this guy, but I look at it now as a small representation of my work at that moment in time. Mechanic, structured, semi-futuristic and political with a bit of play. Now the crowns were just because I was heavily into Kingdom Hearts at that time. Little did I know the company I have come to build lightly treads on the same ideas of royalty. And these characteristics (both the physical and mental) have been a growing part of my skill set. I threw the designs on the transfer paper and then made my first shirt. The rest as they say is...

         The "graphic tee" or "printed" t-shirt is a staple among culture driven people aiming to fit with the simplest of statements. Sometimes to get the idea of the brand itself across with the play of semiotics. A picture says a thousand words, and a t-shirt is enough to get a message across. Let this first design be a symbol to our never ending creativity and search of inspiration from the most unprecedented of situations.

    -Birdy Bird




    Pokemon Go Grandpa Catches 'Em All!!

    Pokemon Go Grandpa Catches 'Em All!!


    Pokemon go grandpa!?

    Want to know what being efficient with life looks like? Meet Chen San-yuan, the modern day Proffesor Oak that uses technology, and his love for Pokemon to create a inspiring and ironically healthy lifestyle. 

    "After a month, it became three cellphones, six cellphones, nine cellphones, 12 and then 15.."

         Chen said he has spent a little more than $4800 and he spends about $300 a month on in game rewards. All thanks to his Grandson who let him in on the game back in 2016.

         He uses 15 phones that are attached to a DIY rig that is fastened to the front of his bike. The reasoning behind his multi-level playing is the fact that he is able to accelerate his capture rate and leveling. But having several phones on at once all consistently running an app must be draining on the battery, no? Neh, he carries battery packs that recharge all of his phones. A true trainer that not only looks ahead (at 15 screens at once), but also thinks ahead.

         Pokemon Go, developed by Nintendo Co in a collaborative effort with the game makers Niantic Inc, has been a tremendous aid in the introduction of the technology of augmented reality, where objects and/or characters are superimposed on the real world on the screen.

    Chen's fellow players are amazed at his energy. He doesn't plan on stopping anytime soon, and with the new games Piakchu and Eevee Go, this hole movement seems like it's just starting to flourish.

    Oh what a world we live I today.


    Daredevil Season 3 Review

    Daredevil Season 3 Review
    Hi everyone, it's Jaffy here. I wasn't sure what to write for my first blog post but I did just recently finish the third season of Daredevil on Netflix, and it's still in everyone's minds, so here we are. Be warned: this review has SPOILERS! Without further ado, my first post:

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