J Mac’s Word of the Day™ is facilitate. Make an action or process easier. What the civil rights movement did for black progress in the USA.
J Mac’s Hip Hop Health Tip: Starving yourself is as bad as over eating. It deprives you of crucial nutrients. There is no shortcut to thin.
J Mac’s Hip Hop Health Tip: Try planking! Tone your abs, arms and back with the pilates move that resembles a toes-extended elbow push up.
J Mac’s Hip Hop Health Tip: Physical fitness without mental fitness is a waste of energy on a broken product. Manage stress, stay vital.
Don’t let others weigh you down with the gravity of their failures.
J-Mac, why you work out so much?” It’s a question I’ve been hearing a lot lately. And I figured it’s about time you got the answer from me, instead of baseless speculation from those who THINK they know me. It’s simple really. Perfection. Mind, body and soul is a goal rarely pursued and even more […]
Hustle: (v) to push or force one’s way; to be aggressive, esp. in one’s business or financial endeavors Most people think of the term hustle with a negative connotation. Although you may have been hustled by a street vendor or know someone who hustles illegal merchandise/substances; hustling is simply a way of thinking outside of […]
J Mac’s Word of the Day™ is burke. To murder without leaving a trace on the body. No man should do it to another. What I do with my rhymes.
The difference between successful people and those that want to be is not that they are prettier, smarter or have more resources at they’re disposal – though all of that might help – it’s the ability to follow through. It’s saying what you’re going to do and then doing what you say to make […]
J Mac’s Hip Hop Health Tip: Want to look like 50 Cent instead of 25? The star’s fitness book is set to be published in Jan. 2013.
J Mac’s Word of the Dayis burnish. To polish (especially by rubbing). Brighten. Things you may need to burnish: your style, your car.
1. “Two rules in life… First rule: Don’t lose. Second rule: Don’t forget the first rule.” ~Warren Buffet 2. “Whenever anyone has offended me, I try to raise my soul so high that the offense cannot reach it.” ~ Descartes 3. “Don’t depend on the enemy not coming; depend rather on being ready for him.” […]