It’s crazy what can happen in the span of just a few short months. As a country, America’s job economy went from an all-time best to a level that is worse than The Great Depression. A few months ago, many of us were lavishing about the idea of being our own bosses, being . . .
It’s hard not to check the news or to be consumed by all of the negativity that is spreading throughout the world right now. Everywhere we look, we are faced with statistics on how many are ill, how many have died, how many are jobless, how many are rebelling against government . . .
This is a question that I have been asking myself recently, and I strongly encourage you to ask yourself the same question… if not you, then who? Let me give you a little bit of context as to why this question is an important one to ask ourselves on a daily basis. As . . .
Yesterday was a day from hell. Sorry for being blunt, but there's no sugar-coating it. Do I try to be optimistic about every situation and challenge I face? Absolutely! But yesterday, I was faced with the realization of just how difficult that can sometimes . . .
Imagine waking up every single morning and simply being able to let go. It doesn’t matter what happen years ago, it doesn’t matter what happened a week ago, and it doesn’t matter what happened yesterday. Imagine yourself carrying around absolutely zero emotional burdens of . . .
Okay, before being forced to work remotely, I had never worked from home a day in my life. As someone who prides themselves on getting a lot of work done on a daily basis, I had always made the assumption that I would struggle to be productive while working from home. I . . .
It might seem logical to some and contradictory to others, but success is found by those who are willing to fail. In looking at all of the individuals that we think to be as successful, they all have one similarity in common - they had to endure and overcome great obstacles . . .
“Failing sucks. But it's better than the alternative.""Which is?""Not even trying. Life's short, you know?”― Sarah Dessen, Along for the Ride Nobody likes feeling like a failure. We would much rather feel accomplished, successful, and proud of our every move as opposed to . . .
I am currently reading Become Unmistakable: Start The Journey From Commodity To Oddity by Michael D. Novakoski and John M. Parker. One of the chapters started with a study that I thought would be interesting and beneficial to share with everyone. As CEO of E&V . . .
I will admit that it’s somewhat of an obsession for me. If I don’t get my daily run in, part of me just feels incomplete or as though something in life is missing. When I first started running, I did it for the same reason why so many others do so, for the physical . . .