February 15, 2017

The Problem with “The Day After”

The day after Valentines. The day after a great promotion. The day after a Big game or event. The day after is always tough. When we anticipate significant events in our lives, we put all our energy, focus, and heart into those days. While that is noble the problem is this – we often have nothing left to give the next day. January 1st, I see people in the gym  giving 110% effort – on that one day…only to be […]
February 13, 2017

I Never Want to be a Cool Kid

Growing up everyone wanted to be “one of the cool kids.” The cool kids were the one that rode every trend. In my school, it was the kids with Polo Boots, Dr. Marten’s and Gibraud Jeans. My parents worked extra hard and got me those things because growing up, I felt like that stuff would define me, it’d make people like me. When I’d get a new outfit, I always wanted to go to the teacher’s desk extra times or […]
February 8, 2017

What It Means to Win

I’m a sore loser. I abhor it with everything I have, and I do everything I can to win in every area of life. Some label me “over-competitive,” but really, I’m just allergic to losing. It burns me to lose – at anything. My best friend beat me in 3 straight games of Madden years ago, and I boycotted the game for six years because of the poor taste that loss left in my spirit. But this morning, as I […]
February 6, 2017

The Trademark of Success

Last night millions of people witnessed the greatest comeback in NFL Super Bowl history as the New England Patriots beat the Atlanta Falcons in overtime to win their 5th Super Bowl. Whether you love the Patriots or hate them, they have undoubtedly built a winning culture. In an age of “super teams” comprised of marquee players all going to the same team to win a championship, the Patriots have quite the opposite philosophy. In fact, most their players, and often […]
February 1, 2017

A Letter from a Special Person

I used to sit on my couch and think to myself, “man if someone just believed in me, I could really be something special.”  I assumed that my “big break” was in the hands of someone else and if someone would just give me the opportunity of a lifetime, my whole life would change. But that never happened.  No one gave me the winning lottery ticket and Oprah never invited me to sit on her couch.  Warren Buffet didn’t seek […]
January 30, 2017

Just Hold Your Breath

I wouldn’t call myself an avid surfer, but I love to surf.  I always had dreams of catching the big wave and riding it into the shore while people applaud me.  I even hire photographers when I’m in Hawaii to catch me riding the big waves. Except, I don’t ride big waves at least not in surfing.  But what I learned from my surf instructor taught me an important lesson for the big waves I ride as an entrepreneur and […]
January 25, 2017

Why My Exes Were Smart to Leave Me

Somewhere across the country, there are a group of amazing ladies; some married, some in relationships, and some are single. Regardless of their status, they all have one thing in common – they left me. I think about them often and I’m sure they don’t think about me. Well maybe they do. I don’t know. On the surface level, they would all say they left me for different reasons. Some may say I’m egotistical and only care about myself while […]
January 23, 2017

The itsy bitsy spider is my mentor

You remember the song – The itsy bitsy spider went up the water spout Down came the rain and washed the spider out Out came the sun and dried up all the rain And the itsy bitsy spider climbed up the spout again So simple. So catchy. Yet packed with so many lessons. Spout Vision Did you notice the spider knew where it wanted to go? Setbacks, “failures,” and rain did not stop him. As soon as he faced the […]
January 18, 2017

Leadership Fail – How online selling is hurting future leaders

When I was younger, I played Little League Baseball and every year we had to participate in an annual fundraiser which consisted of selling those  almond chocolate bars, commonly used for fundraising, to everyone we knew. There were prizes for the different monetary levels you achieved in selling. I’m not really sure if anyone ever ate those overpriced bars. Regardless, I was still determined to get the best prize. I knew that the other kids in the neighborhood would also […]
January 16, 2017

The Power of Passion in Action

I truly believe in the power of passion. But I mean REAL Passion. Not the cliché “oh you must be passionate,” when the reality is that most people don’t know what it means to be truly passionate. I see people “talk” about passion, very rarely do I see someone’s Actions speak for them. But when I do…it really fires me up. I saw a case the other day of passion in action. I was scrolling through my Facebook feed and […]
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