The Quest Chronicles: Hidden Intimidation

I don’t understand people & I never will. I can’t wrap my head around the fact that people are ok with settling & love to praise mediocrity. As an entrepreneur I can’t help but to wonder and take things personally. For example, on social media you can post that you started a business & receive no LIKES, yet you can post that you got a new job and then whole world is ready to congratulate you? It is me or is that backwards? When did having a business became less than working for “THE MAN”???

It makes me wonder, are people afraid to congratulate you because they don’t want to feel obligated to support you? If they ignore the post, they feel they’re in the clear. Think about it. In their mind, if I don’t click LIKE or acknowledge then maybe I won’t feel the pressure of buying or attending anything. This may be for financial reasons, a possibility that they just don’t care for your products or simply don’t want you to succeed.

Another personal experience: I write for a magazine weekly, yes I get traffic but when I promote it, not many say anything about it. I’ll receive views but barely get a LIKE & most definitely don’t get a share. Recently another writer wrote about me so I posted about it & I got praised for it. Wait a minute, you’ll congratulate me on being recognized yet won’t support what I’m being recognized for. How backwards is this?

Is it quicker to just say congratulations then to take the time to check out what you’re actually congratulating them on? Are we really that busy or deep down inside truly don’t care? Are we afraid to admit that we don’t want to see the next succeed? What’s the real issue?

Let’s switch this up for before I end this.

Why are we so quick to support & praise strangers before we support our very own, family members, friends and or associates? Then again based off studies, it’s seems to be more common in a certain culture… something has to give. We need answers and serious change.

Like always, leave your comments below because I truly desire to know how you feel and if you’ve ever been in these situations.

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[Event] Fleet dj’s of Georgia present Media Pass spotlight artist “King David”

The Fleet DJs of Georgia aired their monthly show The Media Pass on February 20th, 2018 that specially featured the upcoming rising star King David @ChampWilson. He has a new single called “Malcolm X” that Fleet DJs Georgia will consistently promote.
King David was born David Wilson, and the Lord blessed him with a wide array of talents. He is able to reach deep within the heart of his audience with his insightful speeches, but he is also a gifted musician and heartfelt poet. His blend of rap borders with poetry and his lyrics have a very uplifting and inspirational power that connects with all people, regardless of their age, background or taste in music. King David Wilson has been releasing promo clips for tracks on his upcoming debut album, The Champion, leaving fans in anticipation for the first video to drop. David released his video for previous single, ‘Rise Up,’ available on iTunes and other streaming services.
The video itself – directed, shot, and edited by Mshon P- captures the spirit of the city and courses through several locations in Atlanta; alternating with shots of city landmarks as well as Atlanta’s biggest fans – Falcon’s fans.

If the inspiring and uplifting tone sounds familiar, it is because King David is part of a generation of producers/rappers connecting the dots between Gospel and Hip-hop. He has in essence taken the sound and attitude of hip-hop and incorporated it into his work. Take for example Kirk Franklin who has appeared on albums with Kanye West and Chance the Rapper. There exists a natural kinship that creates an atmosphere for artists like Kirk Franklin, Kendrick Lamar, and King David to endow as well as an unconventional way to express faith and send a message.

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