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About Kallen Diggs
Kallen Diggs is the author of the international bestselling book, Reaching The Finish Line and editor for The Good Men Project.
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When he is not writing, he hosts his radio show, Reaching The Finish Line.
You graduated from college. Congratulations! It doesn’t matter how long it took to get your college degree. Now, what will you do next?
Over time, the term, “deep dive”, has expanded to take on another meaning. It’s one word that the Merriam-Webster Dictionary has been watching for a while.
There are more than 800,000 lawyers operating in the United States, but there are a select group who earn the Super Lawyers Rising Star award.
Success doesn’t come overnight! It’s the gradual improvements over time that makes the difference! Let these Tweets inspire you!!
Remote control drones, planes, cars, and other vehicles are one of the most popular sports among Millennials. You can monetize this Millennial hobby now.
Are you playing someone else’s game? Dr. Moriarty was until she designed her life in a way that has allowed her to travel to over 60 countries.
Most crowdfunding campaigns don’t reach their funding goals. What are the majority doing wrong? What’s the best crowdfunding tactic?
Question: “I’ve been studying abroad. I’m considering whether to move back to the U.S. or stay and leverage my language skills. What would you suggest?”
I wish I had a better childhood, but I didn’t choose my family. I chose to live life with meaning. I’ll never be Batman, but I’ll be a hero to some people.
I want to find my ideal career, but there are only 28 U.S. counties to afford a one bedroom apartment on minimum wage. What do I do?
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The U.S. has the 6th best passport in the world. Do many Americans forgo having a passport because they live in the best country in the world?
“Oh that’s easy to do if you’re single or don’t have a family. But I am a parent.” There’s two ways to use the same answer for that objection.
It’s in many people’s best interests to not have kids. By not having kids, you help the economy and specifically your personal financial situation.
In a world where robots and AI are going to eventually take many jobs, now is a good time to start questioning parenthood.
Parenthood isn’t an obligation and the cost is significant. Since you only live once, you should question the societal norm of parenthood.
You shouldn’t go into parenthood just to be socially accepted. Life is temporal and eighteen years of your life is a significant amount of time.
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