One of the most toxic ingredients to personal progress and growth is pride. Why? Because often times, we allow it to impact our ability to admit when change is needed in our lives or when we need help. As humans, we are proud beings and that’s a great thing, if used correctly! If we are living life right, we take pride in who we are, what we do and how we live our lives and … Continue reading Don’t be afraid to ask for help!
With the ALS Walk less than a month away, I just wanted to inform everyone that I only have 50 signed copies of my second book, Secrets from Strangers, left in stock! This has been an incredible fundraising opportunity for our family to help people like my father fight this terrible disease. For every copy sold I am donating $5 to the ALS Association and our Team RallywithNatale for the upcoming ALS walk! If … Continue reading Fundraiser for ALS!
Why did our parents put the cookie jar on the top of the refrigerator when we were young? Because it was out of reach, right? Or so they thought… Did that mean we didn’t get cookies? Shit no. If you were anything like me, it meant you found a way to climb up there and get what you wanted. Maybe you climbed on the counter, or the stool, or stood on your siblings back, but … Continue reading The “Double It” Rule
I once heard a saying that one of the most valuable places in the world is the graveyard and the more I think about this, the more it makes sense to me. So many incredible people with all different talents and dreams never took the steps necessary to share their imagination with the world before they died and most often, I presume, that was due to the fear of failure. We live in a society … Continue reading A Negative Thought is Like a Bull in a China Shop