The harsh reality is that at some point throughout our lives we will all experience hardship and pain to some degree. Once we accept that truth, the question then becomes...what do we do with the hardship and pain we face in life? Do we let it consume and control our lives and steal our happiness from us or do we find a better way to manage it? Regardless of whether the pain in your life … Continue reading Three steps to help you manage hardship and pain in life.
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?
Happiness isn’t a one-size-fits-all type of thing in life because it looks differently for everyone, but I do believe that everyone can bring more happiness into their lives by focusing on the three things that I will share in this video. My life-changing injury stole a great deal of happiness from my life and it was only by focusing on these three strategies that I was able to fill my life with true happiness again. … Continue reading New video: 1-Minute Life Lesson: Episode #6; The 3 BEST ways to bring more happiness into your life
This video will share with you the three reason why I believe we face hardship in life and the life-changing perspective I’ve used to help me turn the adversity I've faced in life into purpose and motivation. My goal with this channel is to use it as a platform to inspire the world to be a better and brighter place. I want to help people overcome the challenges they face in life and to find … Continue reading New video: Why do we face adversity in life? Here are the three reasons I’ve found…
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?