The Millennial Ethos

Photo by Krystle Mikaere on Unsplash “85 percent of jobs that will exist in 2030 haven’t been invented yet” says a report from the Institute for the Future and over 20 business and tech leaders from around the world.  2030 is almost a decade from now. 12 years to be exact. Just a blip in comparison to the 13.8 billion […]

Y Combinator Application Rejected

It was a crazy idea to apply to Y Combinator Winter 2018 Application Cycle. We didn’t think we would get in and indeed we didn’t and that’s ok. We learned the valuable lesson of putting ourselves out there. Nothing ever happens if you don’t ask, if you never step up and raise your hand. Nothing ever happens […]

Syllble: a Startup in search of creating Magic and finding true Creativity

At Syllble (A creative community and collaborative Marketplace for writers), we are focused on building and finding the best culture and iterating the best possible process where writers, storytellers and people from all walks of life can collaborate through our collabRoom (MVP) production teams while harnessing their imagination and creativity in an unfettered way. The power in […]

A Side Project and Finding the most Minimum Viable Product

In the late Spring of this year 2017, I approached Bshara (co-founder) toying with the idea of forming a platform and startup to help and connect writers. I had been fascinated by technology since I was a child. The disruptive effects of this new sharing economy and the companies that had ensued in recent years had […]

Story: Le Cap

Please read the following story originally titled “The Sun is Shining on Independence” now “Le Cap” short for Cap-Haitien. This slave narrative takes place in the French colony Saint Domingue now Haiti many years before the Haitian Revolution. I am now focusing on writing & editing the third draft of my first literary fiction novel […]

Technological Tsunami of the Future

I remember hearing the story of a young boy from a developing country who had deemed Google as his father. He had grown up with a curious mind living in this 21st century and out of the many questions he would ask, his own father could not answer. Maybe it was about space exploration, quantum […]

Short Story: A Junkyard’s Search for Meaning

  Hello world! I am running a small experiment. Over the next few weeks and months, I will be posting online a few of my ‘(very) rough’ draft short stories I never got to finish. With your help I want to finish them or at least get closer to it. This particular one “A Junkyard’s […]

Short Story: The Songs of Cholera

04/11/2017 I have posted parts of one of my short stories here in an attempt to take more control of my intellectual property rather than wait 6 months to a year for publishers. This is part one of the story of a young Haitian boy whose life is forever changed when his mother passes away from […]

On Happiness

Chester Higgins, Jr./The New York Times Two prolific Poets and Writers – Amiri Bakara and Maya Angelou dancing at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem, New York in 1991.   What is Happiness? Is it finding fulfillment through a passionate career or a creative endeavor? Is it sharing laughers with good […]