Love is the only force capable of transforming an enemy into friend.”
Martin Luther King Jr.
Welcome to the first week of 2022. The holiday season is over. The end of year reflections all (or mostly) done. You’ve even had time to look ahead in anticipation to what 2022 holds for you, your family, relationships and work. Now comes the hard part. Now it’s time to show up. By showing up,… Continue reading Now It’s Time To Show Up
Recently, I had been growing increasingly frustrated at being rushed in the mornings. This was due to lack of a solid morning routine. Too often, my day was getting away from me before it even began. Due to symptoms of my type of dwarfism, I often wake up with moderate to sometimes severe arthritis. Sure,… Continue reading Morning routine habits that transformed my productivity
Challenging seasons can leave us feeling overwhelmed and fearful about what this season may mean for our future. We constantly ask yourselves “will it be okay?”. While we may not like the result of the season we are in, there are 3 key things that have helped us reframe how we feel about the situation… Continue reading Challenging seasons: 3 Things You Need To Do
Just two weeks ago, we went to work. We took our kids to school. We had lunch with colleagues or prospects. We heard rumblings about chaos happening in a far away country, but we were in control and our lives remained normal.
As a rule, I am very much on board with being all in on the long game, as Gary Vaynerchuk often talks about. This simply means there are few decisions that I will make today that doesn’t take into account the future vision I have for my work and my family. This means I often… Continue reading Focusing on today
You wake up with stiffness in your aging back. The kids refuse to move as fast as you’d like, which is now making you late for work. You hurry to your car only to hear that dreaded sound, ‘click … click’. In a matter of minutes, your hopeful morning feels as though it is falling… Continue reading When It Pours
As I reflect on my year of being 31 and look ahead to 32, allow me to pay respect to my favorite number 31 of all time, Reggie Miller. Much of my childhood was spent in Indianapolis during the 1990’s. During that time, the Indiana Pacers enjoyed a run of success that was highlighted by… Continue reading Thirty One
Each week, Dan Miller’s 48 Days podcast is a must-listen. Last week, Dan asked a question that really stuck out to me. What are you expecting of yourself?
We’ve all been there. You may be doing it right now. You find yourself starring at your screen, mindlessly scanning through emails, Facebook, or Twitter. All while that age old feeling builds. The feeling of work to be done.