What Steve Nash Can Teach Us

Steve Nash is one of the most decorated basketball players known to the sport. As the recipient of countless awards and a frequent record breaker, there is no doubt Steve has unmatched talent as an athlete. Yet his talent off the court is what’s mind-blowing to me. Steve retired yesterday. The NBA lost his magic […]

Life Hacking & Slacking

Imagine if you could decrease your email volume by more than 70%. I did. You can too. For years, I’ve lost sleep over my email inbox, thanks to a phobia that developed from letting my bucket of emails get larger (actually longer) than my computer screen. You know what I’m talking about — the no […]

Smart > Pretty

My 3-year-old niece from England recently came to visit Las Vegas with her family. In her brilliant British accent she asked me if I wanted to see her perform a dance to Taylor Swift’s “Shake it off” tune. Heck yeah I wanted to see it! Willow proceeded to do her choreographed dance step by step. […]

Lusting After Letters

When I was younger, I moved around the country a fair bit and I’m grateful. The addiction to curiosity and change serves an entrepreneurs well. Yet, reflecting back I dropped my reading and handwriting skills somewhere between Kansas in first grade and Wyoming in second grade. This secretly happened during the late 80’s but a lady […]

It’s Simple Really . . .

Halfway through sixth grade, I moved from conservative Wyoming to my new middle school in edgy Bullhead City, Arizona. Quite a change. In Bullhead, yep that’s the name of the city, the kids used cuss words on the desert playground. I met this girl. Nicole was her name. We became friends. After school, Nicole headed to […]