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August 20, 2016

Saying Goodbye

I can’t bear the pain of a goodbye. As you send your children off to school in this new season, perhaps you’re one of the ones who is ready, and happy, and content in the fact that the chaotic schedule of summer is over and you’re back in your routine. Or perhaps […]
August 18, 2016

What are you running from?

Guest post Nate: homeless What are you running from?download Hier ben ik 2017 movie I live in a shelter. But I’m beyond joyful, I just bought a new car, and I’m getting back on my feet. Last week I ran the Chupacabra 5k race with Tammy and her family. Finishing the race […]
August 15, 2016

Why Did You Become Who You Are?

I had a Book Client with the Central Intelligence Agency ask me the question, “Why did you become a writer?” I have answered that question a million times in television and radio interviews but also with various clients. At the end of the day, I said, “I never chose writing, writing chose me. […]
July 31, 2016

First Impressions Matter: Why Your Book Cover is Everything

The book cover is 90% of a book sale. If you lose someone at the visual aspect of your book they won’t buy it. The cover has to be spot on. It has to be simple, effective, and engaging. What does your book cover say about you? More importantly, what does your […]
June 26, 2016

Everything Begins With A Conversation

What’s your life and business legacy? Everything in life begins with a conversation. Businesses, relationships, movements. You could have the greatest idea in the world, but if you do not connect and have a conversation with others, your idea remains stagnant. The Conversation is a gathering of 100 World Changers. An intentional […]
June 18, 2016

What is your Legacy?

Mine, is using words to save lives. Not just change lives, but save them. I met a homeless man once who told me to “rip off the rear view mirror,” and keep on driving. He had done that in his own life and finally found peace from all of his troubles. He had been […]
May 20, 2016

3 Things I Learned from Warren Buffett

I spent a weekend with a legend. Warren sat beside me in the bleachers at the baseball game, with a peaceful demeanor. There to watch his team, the Omaha Storm Chasers in Nebraska, I learned about his legacy. We toured his candy store, See’s Candies, which was a $25-million venture. For dinner, we […]