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This Grammy-Nominated Singer Built A Nostalgic Video Gaming Experience—And It’s Pretty Freakin’ Awesome

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The gaming world is discovering the power of community, thanks to one of New York City’s most hip musicians.

Grammy Award nominated singer songwriter Letta J is on a mission to make gaming more social. The singer, raised in Dallas, now juggles a vibrant tour presence, songwriting, and building one of the most promising gaming events to check out.

With Love From The Grammys

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Letta J has performed in genres spanning pop, R&B, all the way to country and soft rock. Her work led to a Grammy Nomination for Best Urban Contemporary Album of The Year in 2016.

Not only is she a talented performer, she’s done songwriting for labels such as Sony, Atlantic, and P Diddy’s hop studio Daddy’s House.

Somewhere in the midst of it all, Letta J reconnected with a nostalgic passion for video games.

She’s not alone.

Each month, hundreds of gamers now take part in an online community called Coexist Gaming, which Letta J founded in 2018. Coexist Gaming runs a Facebook page where they post regular updates.

From The Grammys To Gaming

The coolest thing about Coexist Gaming, however, is how it gets people together offline for live gaming events.

About once a month, gamers come together at Coexist Gaming’s pimped out space in New York City for gaming fun.

Coexist Gaming is marking its one year anniversary on August 24. With tournaments sponsored by Ultimate Wireless, the event will bring back fan favorite games, including:

  • Smash Bros Ultimate
  • NBA 2K9
  • Madden 2000
  • Nintendo, Xbox, PlayStation games
  • Alongside over 2,000 retro games spanning classic systems from the NES all the way to the iconic Sega Genesis

Gaming Together

If you feel like you’re missing out on the fun, that’s because you are. Trust Letta J’s background in the entertainment industry for crafting the most happening gaming event you could imagine.

When you walk into a Coexist Gaming event, you will be greeted by the endless variety of sheer fun.

There’s great food, drinks, alongside all the excitement you could want from pizza and sodas.

So much Pong and foosball

The backyard boasts a beer pong table and a retro gaming arcade.

If you fancy your foosball skills, you can engage in match ups against other gamers, there’s a table for that.

Where Coexist Gaming goes next…

A pool table is also available. Needless to say, this is the event to check out in NYC if you’ve ever enjoyed a video game.

What Letta J has accomplished in one short year with Coexist Gaming is breathtaking. She has brought back the nostalgia of the 90s video game consoles, but with a fresh excitement that’s so 21st Century New York style.

If you’re ready to join the fun at one of Coexist Gaming’s events, you can check them out here. The company has Basic, Pro, and Elite monthly subscriptions.

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Law Of Attraction: 7 EPIC Conor McGregor Quotes On Success

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In less than three years, Conor McGregor has risen from an unknown entity to a global icon, smashing every financial record in the UFC — a huge reason the fight organization sold for $4.2 billion in 2016.

In November of 2016, McGregor completed what he, in his own words, had visualized throughout the whole year — hoisting two belts high atop the UFC cage in Madison Square Garden as the only two-belt world champion in the organization’s history.

Less than a year later, McGregor pocketed another $100 million as he, somehow, landed a mega-fight with undefeated boxer Floyd Mayweather (despite no boxing experience) in what was projected as the first billion-dollar fight in human history.

His secret? Well, The Secret — the law of attraction.

“If you have a clear picture in your head that something is going to happen and a clear belief that it will happen no matter what then nothing can stop it. It is destined to happen. It’s perfect.”

Offering a window into Conor’s mind, we put together 7 epic quotes on the law of attraction.

1. On visualization

“This is the law of attraction. In this struggle, when things are going good and you visualize good things happening , that’s easy. What’s not easy is to do is when things are going bad and you’re visualizing the good stuff. And that’s what I was able to do. Visualizing good things in times of struggle, when you can do that, that really makes the law of attraction work.”

2. Appreciating surroundings

“You need to appreciate your surroundings and be grateful for it, and that’s when good things happen. To have that bitterness and negativity, that’s when things go bad. I think the fact that I appreciate everything and that I’m grateful for the things around me, that’s why it’s going so good for me.”

3. Manifesting

“If you can see it here,” he said at the UFC 194 press conference in December 2015. “And have the courage enough to speak it, it will happen. If you put out what you truly believe in, it will create the law of attraction and it becomes reality.”

4. Self belief

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5. The power of choice

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6. Manifesting a Bentley

“Even though I was having trouble at home, even though I had no job, I was still able to feel like it was. Basically using my imagination, like a kid, using my imagination. I was driving my girlfriend’s car, shaking down the road. And I swear to God, I was sitting in traffic and visualized — holding the steering wheel, visualizing — driving a brand new car, visualizing good things.”

7. “I done everything I said I was going to do.”

“I done everything I said I was gonna do. I was LAUGHED at when I was gonna win my second world title. ‘That’s not going to happen.’ An Irishman winning a UFC [world title] — I was laughed at when I said that. And I done. It’s only January 2017 and I’m already the face of the UFC. The face of boxing. The face of the WWE. And the face of Hollywood!

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Gary Vee’s ‘$1.80’ Instagram Strategy To Hack Your Follower Count

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Entrepreneur and bestselling author Gary Vaynerchuk—aka Gary Vee!— is one of the biggest business on social media today.

His IG currently boasts 4M followers while his YouTube has near 1.6M subscribers.

The CEO of Vayner Media, Gary uses (and absolutely loves) social media to propel the growth of his business, now valued at a whopping $125 million, which even includes a media franchise.

(And no, WealthLAB’s not for sale, G.)

Obviously, if you’re someone just starting out in business, you’re looking for ways to get your business out there. How to get more followers.

For 90%+, you pick a couple of platforms, you post. More often than not, you end up with dwindling traffic, or no shares or comments.

So how do you get around that?

According to Gary Vee, you can get more followers and more engagement through a $1.80 strategy. (Well, sorta.)

Here’s how you do it.

Make a list of every hashtag that fit the work your business does. Apart from this, check out the other tags people use when generating content similar to yours.

With this in hand, check out any hashtag for the top posts surrounding that description—and then share your two cents about it as a comment.

If you were to do this ten times over, your work would equal $0.02*9 posts*the hashtags= $1.80. (Yeah, kinda corny, but you get the logic.)

Check it out here, in his own words.

Over time, this can help you snag followers, and you will continuously learn about what matters to many of your followers.

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Openstage: 3 Brilliant Gems From Investor/CEO David Meltzer

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In case you missed it, one of our previous openstage events featured an all-star crew of entertainers, DJs, and—of course—a super entrepreneur on the stage.

Just a quick 411 on what openstage is…

So once a month, WealthLAB hosts an exclusive, limited-capacity event in Brooklyn, NY with a rockstar entrepreneur on stage, basically breaking down their secrets to success. 

(Then there’s standup comedy, DJs, SICK cocktails and networking, but that’s another story for another time…)

This time, we had none other than legit rockstar entrepreneur, social media star and investor David Meltzer on the stage, interviewed by real estate developer and WealthLAB founder Philip Michael.


David’s a Top 100 business coach, one of the most sought-after public speakers and host of Entrepreneur Magazine’s super podcast “The Playbook.”
(You may have seen him on Gary Vee’s stuff as well. That’s the guy he built his following with.)

And of course the talk was EPIC. Here are three brilliant gems dropped by David on stage. 

1) Say thank you every day 

One thing most people don’t do is appreciate the things around them. Of course, the vibration of gratitude triggers attraction, a 0.1-second strategy David said you can implement immediately. 

“It took me nine months to do,” he said. “But now that I do it, things that I want in life come to me faster, I’m happier and my life is abundant.”

The strategy? Simply say “thank you” before you go to sleep every night for 20 days. 

“It will change your life,” he said. 

2) What your parents need from you

“Your parents only want to know a few things,” David said during the talk, after which many became emotional. One, that you’re healthy. That you’re happy. That you love them.

“That’s all they want to know,” he says. “So take a minute to text them or call them and tell them you’re happy, healthy and that you love them.”

3) Building a following: why followers don’t matter

Of course, David’s managed to build one of the fastest-growing channels on social media, propelling to nearly 300K Instagram followers, seemingly overnight. 

“I didn’t know what DM’ing meant,” he said, bringing laughs from the crowd. “I thought it was saying your initials to indicate a message.”

When asked by Philip—who, like David, has a column on Entrepreneur.com—on how to build a following, his message was clear. Number one, know Gary Vee. “I was consulting for their sports agency. He became my mentor on social media,” he says.

Now, if you don’t know Gary Vee, you still have access to people who can help. “Never be afraid to ask. People would love to help,” he said.
More importantly, don’t worry about the followers. Just worry about building ambassadors. “Selena Gomez has 166M followers but can’t sell out a movie,” David said. “So what does that tell you?”

Instead, playing the long game, impacting two people who then impact two and before you know it, your reach compounds. Naturally. 

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