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Big League: Rebirth in America



I don’t even know what to say anymore..


 I mean, I know what to say to my followers, and the people who pay me. However, I’m at a lost for words other than that. I’ve spent the past four months injured repeatedly. It’s drained my life force.   I know  you guys know this, because for the entirety of this blog’s existence; Ive never really talked about myself in depth.I’ve had a hip ligament tear, a groin tear, and a  pulled pelvic girdle all in successive months. To make matters worse; I suffered all of these injuries while unemployed. I gets worse; I was living in my parent’s home at the time.


So, I know you’re wondering, ” What is the point of this post?” Life is won by those who max out their potential and do anything to own their souls. Donald Trump is the president because he realized that he would never max out his potential by just being another billionaire real estate mogul.  Kevin Hart is the new “Jerry Seinfield” because he got tired of just being the “funny lilliputian black guy” in all of his films.Cardi B is  the new “IT” female rapper, because she realized that women will pay a premium to hear a woman rap like  Sam Rothstein.


I moved  out of my parent’s home. I now live in Boston, and Im finally enjoying my life again. I still have to recover from my injuries, but at least I can see a roadmap to maximizing my potential again.



I'm a young man trying to live freely.

19 thoughts on “Big League: Rebirth in America

  1. Best wishes to you Vinny and I pray for your continued recovery and that you will maximize your potential in keeping with the advice in your post.
    A business mentor of mine once said that you should never focus on your weaknesses; you should always build on your strengths! That piece of advice moved me into overdrive 🙂 LOL!!!
    Great post 🙂

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  2. Oh wow! That’s the spirit. Well done! And all the best. You’re right; we must go beyond the comfortable to reach our full potential. A restless spirit is not a bad thing, after all.

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