How Do You Like #TheLegacyProject

So if you’ve been on this site for the past couple of months, you’ve noticed I’ve released a page (or more) from my graphic novel “Legacy” right here on the blog. Of course, the book is available here, but that’s neither here nor there.

 

What do you guys think of the series? Would you like to see more? Hit that “Contact” button and let me know. Of course, thanks so much for checking out “Legacy” and Flobito.com!

 

-F

The Legacy Project #47

The Legacy Project

Ever since it was released at the end of last year, Legacy has been a critically lauded adventure tale concerning the exploited of Dr. Melody Livingston. While you can purchase the comic here, every week I’ll be releasing a page from “Legacy” in standard definition. Pick it up the book at Amazon and leave a review!

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’17 Version of “The Summertime Blues”

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Source: Pexels

 

Hey everyone!

Flobo here!

I hope life is treating you well. The summer of 2017 has been both challenging and exhilarating. Why? I think it’s the perfect balance of “OMG I’m doing stuff!” and “OMG, I can’t believe I’m NOT doing stuff.” It’s funny how that works.

On one hand, I’m tackling brand new projects and absorbing the lessons of life and business that comes with them, but on the other hand, older endeavors feel like they’re slipping away.

For me, I’m learning how to be a merchant of a product based business, I’m upping my marketing strategy game, and I’m finally working to put long term financial goals in place. On the other, I haven’t done as many comedy gigs, I haven’t practiced the motorcycle in months, and I behind in plotting my next novel.
Frustrating doesn’t begin to describe it.

Though, I would say any other person in my position I’ve studied has told me to ‘slow down and enjoy the journey.’ While I know that’s the CORRECT attitude to have, it hardly seems like the RIGHT one. Just thought I’d share that with you. No, not me knee deep in first world problems talking about how hard it is to juggle creative endeavors, but rather sharing that it is ALWAYS going to be a balancing act. It’s okay to neglect a faster spinning plate if you see one wobbling on the other side.

Keep at it, fam.

-F

The Legacy Project #46

The Legacy Project

Ever since it was released at the end of last year, Legacy has been a critically lauded adventure tale concerning the exploited of Dr. Melody Livingston. While you can purchase the comic here, every week I’ll be releasing a page from “Legacy” in standard definition. Pick it up the book at Amazon and leave a review!

lpg46

Workin’ on Somethin’ #Knew

 

Hey everyone!

I debating writing this blog entry.

You see, I’m launching a new product-based brand this summer. It’s going to be a different approach to creative writing instruments and tools. I’ve mentioned it before on my podcast.

 

Long story short: I’m exciting to be taking on a “knew” adventure for a brand. I’m also incredibly nervous that I’ll be sitting on a warehouse filled of unsold stock.

 

I think I would be a hypocrite, if I didn’t go out that very same comfort zone I’ve mentioned in my past work. You know, ol’ Flobo is tellin’ y’all to “break out of your comfort zone” and I’m cowering in the corner. That ain’t right.

I want to keep that brand separate from what I’m doing, (so basically you won’t hear much about it from me after it launches). The reason for that is twofold: 1) It’s important to me as a brand manager to see if I can launch a successful brand from scratch and 2) I really want to target people outside of my network. In other words, I want people to buy the products because they are cool, not because it’s something my good friend Flobo is working on.

Not relying on your social network? So long, comfort zone.