Small piece I wrote in 2014 when reflecting back on the ups & downs of my journey.
Most people are waiting to act. They hesitate to try something new, as if they are looking to others in order to give them the necessary permission to do so. Good friend Chris Brogan talks about this very struggle quite
I grew up with the idea that there existed a “right time.” And that time was never “right now.”
The following piece is a blog post I contributed to the University of Dallas alumni network on entrepreneurship & advice for future industry-changers. “What did I get myself into?”Those are the words that consistently ran through my mind for the first
I’m a third generation entrepreneur. My grandfather had a construction company and even after retirement still works from time to time on projects. My dad built a chain of 13+ convenience stores around the greater east Texas area before retiring.
Our growth is never in the easiest of times. Sunny, calm days do not make us stronger individuals. It is only in times of turbulence and storms do we grow stronger. Just as an athlete cannot strengthen his muscles
Or what I’ve finally learned saying good-bye to my 20’s. I’ve sat and chewed on this post for a few weeks now. Honestly, I knew exactly what I wanted to say but had no ideawhere to start. It’s been an
The …so how did you get started with Compete Every Day“ question is one I’m asked quite often. I wish I could share a life-changing story where I was in the darkest of holes and climbed out with this new-found mindset.
This past weekend was a big one for all of my readers who CrossFit. The 2012 Reebok CrossFit Games entered its second week of The Open workouts. For those unfamiliar with The Open, it’s a five-week competition that trims the field of