In life, I’ve seen benefit from: Talking to strangers. Some of my best insights have come from people I just met. A few of my best friendships and relationships began with impromptu interactions. Asking questions. As Malcom Forbes said, “One who never asks either knows everything or nothing.” I’m hyper aware there’s lots more that I need to learn. Just trying stuff. I’m all about tossing ideas out there and seeing what happens. The
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Here’s an old joke from my childhood: Q: “What did the snail say when he took a ride on the turtle’s back? A: “Wheeeeee!” It came to mind recently during one of those wonderful and fleeting moments that ambush you and leave a smile on your face. I was about to walk into the gym when the door opened and out rushed a young boy followed quickly by his mother. “Stop!” she called, quickly
Everything came together during a month I’d set aside to launch and grow my new private label health supplement brand. The plan: make the grind work more bearable by spending the month working on the beaches of Thailand. Here’s the full story of what happened on that trip. But in case you’re short on time, I’ll save you the long story: I realized I was building this site. I didn’t quite now how yet
This site aims to create a community of free-thinking individuals to inspire, partner with and learn from one another. Through learning a little more about me, maybe you’ll find we have something in common and be inspired to reach out and say hello. Maybe you’ll connect with another like mind in the comment section. Perhaps you’ll be inspired to try something new. When I did a stint teaching English in South Korea, I’d introduce
Security or freedom? My whole life these two values have battled it out. I still have the notebook from a number of years ago when I went through Tony Robbins’ program Personal Power 2. One of the exercises had you list out your values and then arrange them. Ten lines, ten values in order of importance. In my scribbled handwriting, the word FREEDOM is written on line 1, and SECURITY on line 2. Connecting them