March 17, 2017

Life Lessons from a Brazilian JiuJitsu Class

You ever have one of those experiences that you go into just to try something new and end up leaving with enough life lessons to write a book about? That’s what happened to me the other day.  Mark, A friend of mine, invited me to try out a Brazilian Jiujitsu class up at Allen Jiujitsu Club.  The closest thing I’ve ever come to Martial Arts is watching UFC or playing Street Fighter on Super Nintendo. But it seemed fun, so […]
March 13, 2017

Life Lessons learned from Starbucks

I sat here this morning in my usual spot at Starbucks at 6 am and ponder what to blog about. Should I write about how crazy the world is because the front of the newspaper is filled with all kinds of terrible things happening? Should I write an inspirational piece about ancient Maori warriors crossing oceans on canoes and then burning their canoes to give themselves no escape and thus having to fight to gain control of the new island […]
March 6, 2017

Life is a game of Chess

I’ve lately become addicted to a simple game on my iPhone – CHESS. It’s quickly becoming an addiction; Reason being is that I see so many similarities between the game of Chess and the Game of Life. We all must play on the same board. We’re all made from the same substances. He who thinks many moves in advance is the one that wins. The parallels go on and on, but have you ever stopped to think about the pieces […]
March 1, 2017

The Life Diet

Lately, I’ve been blessed with some amazing friends who take health so seriously that I can’t help but want to make better decisions. My good friend Julian’s one of the most disciplined people I’ve ever met when it comes to health and life, (check out his amazing podcast) and my friend Laura D has lost over 100 pounds NATURALLY. Being around them has inspired me lately. I think in anything if you want to be something, hang around people who […]
February 26, 2017

Take a Chance

Tomorrow marks the five-year anniversary of jumping into the world of authorship. In those five years, so many things have changed in my life, yet the mission never changed – Help people.   Five years ago, I didn’t have a plan. I knew I had made some mistakes, battled my personal issues, and new I didn’t want anyone to repeat my mistakes and didn’t want anyone to have to suffer heartbreaks because of meeting people as I was back then. […]
February 22, 2017

The Text that Changed Everything

The other day I was mentally and physically exhausted. Due to a gauntlet of recent speaking engagements, book promos, and entrepreneurial ventures, I was running on fumes. With more opportunity comes more responsibility and more stress. I’m so excited about the partnerships, businesses and upcoming book releases that I’ve been blessed with that it’s hard for me to want to stop and take time for myself. But that flipside of that is sometimes I don’t take care of Me sometimes. […]
February 20, 2017

The Day I Killed Superman

For most my life, I suffered from a terrible disease called “Yes.” “Yes, I can help you with that,” “Yes, I’ll attend that event of yours,” “Yes, I can do that,” yes yes yes. If someone asked, the answer was always yes. I used to think I was just a helpful guy and took pride in being there for everyone, all the time. That’s what we’re supposed to do, help others when we can right? In my mind, I was […]
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 […]
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