Would you believe it if I told you this was my second conversation with Noble? In fact it is. I constantly bring up the idea of putting yourself in a circle with like-minded people and the importance of good vibes and this is exactly why. We don’t need to have this crazy background of being ‘boyz’ for ten years to get into conversations like this. Find people with similar goals and energy because it will rub off on you and possibly push you one giant step forward.
When it comes to executing his plans for his vlog, Noble is constantly looking for new ways to grow his brand. From clothing, collaborating with other brands, new styles of content and so forth, he is constantly thinking about what to do next. I think a lot of people will seek careers or start businesses they really at heart are not passionate about. This entire episode you hear it in his voice that this is what he wants to do with the rest of his life, “everyday it's just about moving one inch forward.” Even being 25 years old, Noble still has a long journey ahead of him. Get inspired & learn something new from this week’s episode.
Who is Noble today?
Where/how did ‘The Museum TV’ come about?
Started off as a photo contest then transitioned into a show
The plan for the next 5 years
Purchase a home & create a bigger environment for growth
Focus on building the following to a respectable size
Having an article in The Huffington Post about The Museum
The importance of stepping back and celebrating moments of success
Why putting yourself in uncomfortable situations benefits your personal growth
“You’re doing the world injustice by not putting yourself out there”
From the outside looking in, what it's like growing up in Dorchester/Roxbury/Mattapan of Boston
Lack of hope for people’s future
The advantages of building a brand in a small city versus New York or Los Angeles
Something about Noble that not a lot of people know
Growing up he was huge into Japanese animation Naruto
What Noble’s daily routine looks like
Something that needs to change about our society
We’re all far too sensitive about small things
Dating apps like Bumble & Tinder
Picture frame on the wall 10 years from now, what/who do you see?
Surrounded by family & cars
Good vibes & better space mentally then where he is now
Ask Bobbay any one question
What do you do for your beard in November?
Where can people find you on social media?
Two/three pieces of advice for someone on the pursuit of their own purpose
We’re not always able to do what we want but it's always important to believe in something before you do it
Don’t look for it, live your life