From Unhireable to Unfireable
What the fuck do I know about love anyway?
Most of us are never forced to articulate what love actually means to us deep down, but recent events in my life have forced me to do just that.
Blogging is dead... Welcome to my new blog.
The fact of the matter is that I quit blogging with any regularity a couple years ago and have all but abandoned that audience along the way.
We asked people from all walks of life what they thought it meant to be Unhireable.
The Never Ending Quest For Purpose
I’ve always been a deep thinker, but sometimes you need time to pass in order to clearly see the points on your path towards purpose. To be able to look back and realize how many of those little moments ended up becoming the beginning of something much bigger.
The night I met molly
At one point she put her hand on my thigh and it was as if she had reached right through my skin, down to the bone, squeezed a nerve, and sent a chill running through my spine, up into my brain, culminating in a shiver that shook my entire body.
7 reasons why you'll never do anything amazing with your life
A unique perspective on what it takes to succeed in life.
How to claim your super power
Understanding and embracing this side of my brain has allowed me to understand my thought process It has allowed me to understand myself. My true self. Not the pretend me that I so often project to the world.
I had dinner with a murderer and didn't even know it.
This is a true story, based on actual events in Manatee County Florida.
It’s been a long time since I sat in front of a screen to capture a random stream of consciousness. Here goes nothing...
Am I responsible for the drowning death of a 13 year old boy?
When I was 19, a boy drowned at the pool where I worked. I was the first responder. This is the story of that day as I remember it.
Homeless guy in Sarasota practices piano instead of panhandling
This video takes you on an emotional journey through the eyes of someone who has grown up on Sarasota, and now finds himself struggling to find a home here in his own hometown.
A few words from Raymmar Tirado. Learn more at http://Raymmar.com