1st Leadership Book Review for “You Can’t Hurt Me”by David Goggins – 10/10 Must Read!

I read anywhere from 5-10 books in a month and my book collection is well into the 300's but I can honestly say, this may be my favorite book.  A few weeks ago, I finished You Can't Hurt Me by David Goggins, and that's when I had the brilliant idea to do my first book review for this blog.  Although I love creating my own content on this blog, this is an exceptional book that … Continue reading 1st Leadership Book Review for “You Can’t Hurt Me”by David Goggins – 10/10 Must Read!

What happens when you combines cuss words with yoga?

After three back surgeries I can honestly say that I haven't taken a single pain pill.  My doctors told me it wouldn't be possible but there is not greater motivation than the desire to prove someone wrong.  Even the nurses pleaded with me to take the medication on their regimented medication plans but I wouldn't budge.  This wasn't because I was "too tough" for medication but because I knew I could find a healthier way … Continue reading What happens when you combines cuss words with yoga?

Warning: Stop multitasking and watch what happens…

(Two minute read about the hazards of multitasking!) People laugh at me because I can't walk and text.  No matter how hard I try, I can't.  It's like my brain stops working and I think it's hilarious. I either fall flat on my face or end up dropping my phone.  It can be embarrassing when I stop walking in the middle of a busy sidewalk (or hallway at work) to answer a text because people … Continue reading Warning: Stop multitasking and watch what happens…

Don’t forget what you wished for yesterday.

One of the biggest distractions in life is the constant desire for something more. It's easy to forget how special today is in the development of a better tomorrow. Wanting to make your future brighter doesn't have to be a bad thing, but we can't allow ourselves to forget how hard we worked to get where we are today. If you are anything like me, you've spent the darker days of your life thus far … Continue reading Don’t forget what you wished for yesterday.

The secret to resolving conflict…

I love when people ask me why I studied conflict management in college.  My answer is typically pretty simple; if there's one constant in life, it's that conflict is inevitable.  No matter where we look, there's conflict.  We face conflict at work, conflict at home, conflict in our relationships and with friends, and we face internal conflict within ourselves.  We can't escape it; we can only become better at handling it and managing how it … Continue reading The secret to resolving conflict…

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