I hope to update this post in 5-10 years when my oldest daughter will have likely taken her last dance class. I can’t help, as we approach what is known as ‘recital season’, but reflect on the importance of dance class to my family. To give some background to those who don’t know me. I […]
In 2018 we are left with fewer and fewer excuses to lean on when asked ‘when are you going to start your own business?’ Technology, community, inspiration, education, and avenues of expansion have never been as accessible as they are today. I’m not even going to waste your time with generational or decade comparison. Let’s […]
A client of mine recently sent me this tweet regarding the time one must devote to his/her new entrepreneurial lifestyle. I’m not saying she’s entirely wrong, I just disagree. Let’s break this down. It’s always about prioritizing. When my wife and I volunteer for things such as the school PTA or at church we often […]
When a small business of 7-19 employees and 1025 clients receives a complaint it can turn that company upside-down for a few days.
This is the first year I have taken off the full week between Christmas and New Years Day. I wanted to spend time with family, I needed to in fact, so I was happy when the company unanimously decided the break was in order. No guilt for not being there, It kinda goes with the […]
I would have never imagined myself becoming a long distance runner at 30. I had never run more than a few miles prior to training for my first Half Marathon.
Dear Pro-Athlete Agents of Discipline, If you would like to curtail particular pro-athlete behavior you may want to give up the fine. It is pointless. In fact, at best it is directed toward appeasing fans and not preventing future actions. The $25k fine sounds painful to a fanbase who have an average annual salary of […]