Puke and Poo and Carpet, Oh My! A few weeks ago I had a pretty wild week. I could have been really tempted to REACT, but I chose, day after day, to RESPOND with a healthy attitude and perspective.Read More
While comfort and security things aren’t bad in themselves, it’s too easy for us to MISS OUT on the massive benefits of DISCOMFORT.Read More
In September 2017 I was in a car accident. Following that, I learned to overcome my anxiety and fear with these 4 Pillars of Self-Care.Read More
Most of us feel like we need to grow our capacity before committing, but it’s the very act of committing that forces our capacity to expand.Read More
Selling doesn't mean you have to force people to do something they don't want to. – Here's how to overcome rejection, conquer your fear of talking about money, discover why you are secretly GOOD at selling already, and how to Sell Selflessly.Read More
Have you ever had to stop doing something you really loved in order to take care of something that really matters? Regrouping can be difficult, but here's why it's essential.Read More
The difference between surviving and succeeding isn't your circumstances, it's how you decide to channel your focus.Read More
Why circumnavigating the issue could be hurting you more than you think.Read More
Do you struggle with Fear Of Missing Out? Like you've been left behind?Read More
For those of you who have had a rough past, or who have ever felt like an outsider, I hope that you can find inspiration in my story to chase your dream, to surround yourself with life-giving people, and to decide to have a determined “never-quit” mindset.Read More
HONESTY. COMPETENCE. GENEROSITY. INTENTION.
This “formula” I believe will take you to greater lengths.Read More
When I stop to think about some of my most rewarding and regrettable moments in life, I realize they have one big similarity:
They started with fear.
Can you think of a time as a kid when you tasted victory for the first time? Not just any old generic blue ribbon victory, but the kind where you had won the approval of your peers who at first doubted your abilities? The following story is silly, but it will prove my point.Read More