Ever heard, “trash in, trash out?” It’s an easy way of saying that what we see and take in affects our whole being. Our mind, spirit and heart. Manifesting itself in our lives. Trash in, trash out! We’re Always Consuming.
I flew to St. Louis for the night. I had my year-end review the next morning. During the review, everything was going as expected, until… Let Me Set The Stage What comes to mind when you think about your boss?
This past summer I signed Declan, my oldest son, up for his first organized sport. Of course, it was soccer. I had dreamed for years about having kids and taking them to their games and practices. When the day of
Life’s freakin’ crazy. Doesn’t it always feel like you’re playing catch up? It does for me. There’s so much to do. And never enough time. It just keeps piling up. And on! It’s easy to get caught in the whirlwind
What separates the good from the great is what’s between their ears. It’s their mind. Their mental toughness. I believe it was one of my greatest strengths as an athlete. It helped take me to heights I’d never thought I’d
Have you ever met Jesus in a bathroom in Las Vegas? I just did. No joke. Here’s how it went down. I was in Las Vegas representing my awesome company for the annual RVDA Convention. It was my second time
(Photo by Dmitry Ratushny on Unsplash) You know what scares me? This. Writing. And sharing that writing. Trying to communicate what’s in my head and heart in some coherent fashion. But that’s part of why I do it. Because it scares me. Why
It’s not always about how well you do, rather how well you respond to how well you do. I was getting roasted in front of my whole Sales team. Been there? It ain’t fun! My blood pressure was rising. I
“Most people would be better off with more pain in their lives,” exclaimed one competitor in what is considered by some as the toughest 100 mile race the world, The Barkley Marathons. (They made a brilliant documentary about it: The
Doesn’t everybody want to hire former pro athletes? I sure thought they did. That’s what so many people filled my head with throughout my career. But, like most things in life, it just wasn’t that easy. It was downright one