March 29, 2018

You shouldn’t be a hater. And not just because being a hater is a waste of your time and energy, not simply because spending your time hating on people is a sad thing to do and does nothing but spread negativity but because being a hater actually has the opposite effect that you want it to have. Cringy people say things like “I love my haters” and “haters make me successful” but there is a lot of truth to the latter statement. If you spend your time hating on someone you dislike, you are likely helping promote them and bringing more eyeballs to the thing that you hate. You are basically an unpaid, resentful promoter.

Most of these social networks have algorithms that favor individuals or businesses that get a lot of interaction – whether that interaction is positive or negative doesn’t really matter. If you want someone to fail then, aside from looking in the mirror and evaluating what the hell is wrong with you, you should ignore that person completely.

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Jay Cartere

Who is Jay Cartere?

It's a long story, but I'm going to make it short because I respek your time...

I'm a producer, rapper, singer and creative entrepreneur from London.

My musical journey started in 2007 when I decide to spit some lyrics to a grime beat... through a laptop.

That's right, no mic or anything - I was spitting DIRECTLY into the laptop cuz.

It's safe to say things have changed since then...

But, that's not all:

The journey has never been easy...I had to put my entrepreneurial mind to work and figure this stuff out.

I taught myself how to record and engineer my music.

I also had to learn how to film and edit music videos.

How to market, promote, sell and build a business.

Poverty gave me the pressure I needed to develop these skills...

Now I'm gonna share those skills with you...

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