One of the hardest parts of life is learning to forgive others when they hurt us. Especially when we are asked to forgive the same person over and over and over again. But do you know what's even harder than forgiving others? In this week's article, I want to share with you the reasons why I believe learning to forgive ourselves is one of the most difficult things to do in life but also one … Continue reading Forgiving others is one thing but do you know how to forgive yourself?
An unfortunate truth in life is that our human instincts often fill our brain with negativity and self-doubt in the face of adversity. I know this to be true because this was the brutal uphill battle I fought after the injury that ended my military career. Check out this week's blog about the one word I used to help me reframe my own negativity and self-doubt into life-changing positivity and inspiration. The truth is, it … Continue reading What one word can help eliminate self-doubt?
Wouldn't life be so much easier if we could just spend all of our time doing only the things we enjoy doing? So why do we continue to spend our time doing things we don't like doing? Isn't life hard enough already without the added stress of doing things that don't bring us happiness? So what really influences the choices that we in life? I've found 5 reasons so here they are... I believe that … Continue reading 5 reasons why we spend time doing things we don’t like doing…
My first official book review is complete and I must say, out of the 41 books I’ve read so far this year, this is my favorite by far. There are three reasons why I believe this book is an absolute MUST read for everyone so here we go… The Happiest Man on Earth by Eddie Jaku is a breath-taking book that takes the reader on an emotional rollercoaster through the life of an Auschwitz survivor … Continue reading New video: A book review for the #1 inspirational book that everyone MUST read in 2022!
I wrote myself this Father’s Day letter so as Isabella grows older and being a dad gets more difficult, I can look back on this letter and remember what type of father I wanted to be. My daughter, Isabella Rose, is only 14 months old so there's no talking back yet, no getting into real trouble and no huge challenges other than the occasional blowout or temper tantrum. But I know that one day things will … Continue reading What type of dad do I want to be?