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Want to know a little background on the writer/poet Steven D. Jackson?

Read mini interview below:

Hello, I am Steven D. Jackson, am a ‘Jack of All Trades’, but a master to poetry. I find myself needing someone to heal through a natural, poetic flow. Have been writing since I was able to use a pen; single-digit age. Living in a modern age where many things has changed and the value of living is increasing.

Currently twenty-four years of age, with a beautiful daughter age 2-1/2 years of existing. In college, currently pursuing massive debt from school loans and other long-term payment plans; haha. My major is of Business Administration, with a set graduation date to obtain my Bachelor’s degree in the summer of 2017. I wish to open up my own publishing company, SDJ Books; Steven D. Jackson Books. Develop a thoughtful team of writer, poets, editors, and authors as myself, to help discover your purpose to the world.

Written works available at, which some of my written works and reviews on the literature. Presently available works are the novel, “Once Upon a Time” and the latest Feb. 2016 release, poetry eBook “In Love Words”. Hope you enjoy my poetry as much as I do.
Thank you!


Yours Truly,
Steven D. Jackson
Link to written works here!




Do you know what it feels like to breathe?

Imagine yourself not breathing. It would not be a pleasant experience.

Sometimes, we all get caught up in other people’s lives and not being in control of our own life. Each of us, as individuals, we need space, peace, and a moment of clarity at a certain degree in life. A time for this may pop-up at any time of day, multiple times. 

I never met the man named Steve Jobs, founder of Apple, but we share similar ideas when it comes to your individuality and business. Read the following quote, if my model is not word for word from Steve Jobs, then I do not know what is.

“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma – which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of other’s opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.”

– Steve Jobs



By Andrea Rurali December 29th 2014


Steven D. Jackson’s Three Steps

  1. Locate your inner voice. Use your inner voice to help you become what you actually would love to. Follow your heart and intuitions. This is number one; top proitity!
  2. Time is limited. Figure out what is second to you (and possibly third) everything else you could discard. You do not want to be wasting your time in something you do not want to partake in. In this category options should be favorite hobbies, sports, working out, cooking, teaching, learning, volunteering, writing, reading, and such other positive things.
  3. Remember why you started. Continue to practice on your craft or business to broaden your skills. This will pay off in the long run. Remember the why first, then what and how second and third. Give others a hand.

September 8th, 2015      Tuesday 9:05 AM


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Checkout my latest Novel Once Upon a Time on

Once Upon A Time by Steven D. Jackson (Kindle)


Once Upon A Time By Steven D. Jackson (softcover)



If you were a hiring manager, would you hiring yourself to work at this company? 

This is insight to help visual yourself in other people’s eyes. If you would not hire yourself, why not? Then work on them specific things that need focus. Remember to better yourself and become more marketable.