19.1.2016 Leadership | Love | Pain

Are You Sure?

It’s never as easy as you think it should be. All those beliefs and opinions you have that you hold as unchangeable — those are just a few life circumstances away from being changed. By you. On purpose. What you thought was clearly black and white is now shades of gray. I remember one such Read More 

14.12.2015 Fear | Love | Pain

Who Has Your Back?

When things get tough and you need extraordinary help, who can you count on to stand by your side? Perhaps a better way to answer that question is to reflect on whose back you have. And what that means in reality. How far would you go to help someone in need? What are the requirements for Read More 

21.10.2015 Extreme Behavior | Leadership | Love

Your Greatest Challenge.

Your greatest business challenge isn’t that your dream prospects do business with your competitors instead of you. It’s that they don’t care about what you’re doing in the first place. Your greatest personal challenge isn’t that you achieve all your goals exactly when you think you should. It’s that you care enough to set goals Read More 

24.2.2015 Extreme Behavior | Love | Pain

How Much Better Should Your Life Be?

It’s hard to have tough conversations. That’s why we call them “tough”. The kind where you crinkle your eyes and tip your head to the side. The kind where you can’t even look the other person in the eye. Those are the tough times where it’s painfully difficult to communicate what you feel. What you want to Read More 

9.12.2014 Attitude | Business | Extreme Behavior | Fear | Leadership | Love | Pain

27 Hard Questions Awesome People Ask Themselves Right Now.

What are the top five things you know you need to do right now that you been avoiding? Who is the one person in your life you need to build a better relationship with right now? How much money do you need to set aside right now for your safety net so that you can Read More 

4.12.2014 Love | Pain

The Days We Cry.

I was sitting on the grass in my backyard watching my mother water the garden. I was a teenager at the time — just returned from spending most of the summer in Mexico doing missionary work. I was part of a team who passed out rice and beans and Bibles to poor people in Mexico. That was Read More