As many of you already know, my wife Kelsey Rose and I are expecting our first child (a daughter) in the next week! As ecstatic as we are to welcome Isabella Rose into this world, the nerves are finally starting to set in. The room is painted, I've hung the shelves in the nursery closet and the furniture is all put together which makes this feel so much more real. A few weeks ago, a … Continue reading Hell yes I’m nervous to be a dad! Here’s why…
As I'm sure is the same for many of you, my parents constantly stressed the importance of one of life's most valuable lessons; saying please and thank you. I was taught to say please before I asked for something and thank you after I received it. Sounds familiar, right? But if I'm being honest, this was one of my least favorite lessons as a kid. Despite being so simple, somehow it was also so difficult … Continue reading Here’s what happens when we apply one of life’s simplest lessons to our leadership approach but…in reverse order.
Why is accountability such a rarity in todays world? It seems like everywhere we look there is someone blaming someone else for the challenges they face in life or the choices they have made. Whether we're talking about politicians, coworkers, family members, etc. personal accountability is almost non-existent in todays world. But why is that? Why is it that instead of looking for ways to improve the world around us and take responsibility for our … Continue reading What makes personal accountability so rare?
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!