58 days from now, my life is changing once again. And this time, in an EVEN BIGGER way! But let me back up a little. Last year, as most of … Continue reading My Next Adventure!
I used to believe that my genes were bad. I came from a family of fat people. My knees were bad and my back and no matter how I worked … Continue reading Never Give Up
I grew up in an overweight family. My father, when he passed away last year at the age of 69, weighed over 400 lbs. With his back injuries and the … Continue reading In Front Of Me All Along
Inhale. Step, step. Exhale. Those two moments between the inhale and the exhale are like magic. I am breathing deeply the winter air but I am also inhaling the moment. … Continue reading Love of the Journey
Today I returned to work after a weeklong mourning period. The CEO, CSO, and my entire Broadly team never once pressured me and even encouraged me to take the time … Continue reading Thank You
Randomly I mentioned one of my business ideas to a friend. Their response: “Do it….only one holding you back is you.” And I thought—Holy Unicorns. He’s right. So, I am … Continue reading Just Do It
In February 2007, with 3 dogs and a day-old marriage, I anxiously headed to the Bay Area. I have lived in Toledo, Ohio, or a burb of, all of my … Continue reading 9+ Years…comes to an End
A FB friend the other day mentioned that, in his view, Republicans just laugh stuff off and Democrats get all angry about shit. American Rage:TheEsquire/NBC News Survey And then this … Continue reading American Rage: Questioning Our Perceptions and Checking Our Ego
Happy 2016! So many of us make New Years resolutions and despite all our best intentions, never seem to succeed at achieving them. Totally not news, right? I certainly know … Continue reading The Meaning of Life:Thriving, Not Just Surviving
Two weeks ago, I completed my first 5K. But instead of jogging it, I walked it. Two weeks prior to the race , I could barely walk without pain. I … Continue reading No More Excuses
A friend recently shared a story with me about how they achieved a professional success. He was proud, and rightfully so, of his accomplishment. I genuinely congratulated him, as I … Continue reading Celebrate!
“You’re quick,” said the TSA agent. “I do this a lot,” I replied. As a frequent airplane commuter, I have my TSA procedure down. I know how frustrating it can … Continue reading The Importance of Being Patient