I would imagine roughly 1% of the people who reach this page will read it until the end and those are the people I wrote this for. I created my TRUE G.R.O.W.T.H. subscription for the 1% of people like me who have that burning desire in their heart to change the world through a lifestyle that pursues constant personal growth and development. As a disabled Army veteran, I created TRUE G.R.O.W.T.H. after my third back … Continue reading I bet I can change your life in 30-days
In the military, one of the most prominent phrases I heard and used was "embrace the suck". It was our way of laughing off all of the shitty circumstances we found ourselves in. As a soldier, there is no benefit of complaining because it wouldn't change anything. We all knew certain aspects of what we did, or where we were, sucked, but there was nothing left to do but embrace it. Honestly, embracing the … Continue reading Embrace the Suck
Secrets from Strangers Chapter 6: Invested Fully One of the hardest lessons to learn in life is the value of money. Some would argue that money is the root of all evil. Others believe money buys happiness solves all of life’s problems. I can’t claim to have some profound answer, but what I do have is experience on both ends of the financial spectrum. I was raised in a household where money was never … Continue reading Secrets from Strangers early release Chapter #6
Some people think I'm crazy because I welcome critics into my life with open arms! Why? Because they give me fuel that I couldn't find anywhere else. All I need is to hear someone tell me once that I can't do something and it lights a fire under my ass like I couldn't explain. Tell me I'm not good enough and watch what happens. Just tell me once that something I'm pursuing is out of … Continue reading Welcome the Critics!
One of the most magnificent aspects of nature is that a single tree can continue to grow for hundreds of years. A single seed can turn into a hundred-foot-tall tree. The growth of that tree may slow down with time, but it never truly stops until the day it dies. TRUE G.R.O.W.T.H. requires us to look at life that very same way. Despite knowing that one day we will die, we must live our lives … Continue reading Good vs. Great