The Silent Home Run

Sometimes we don’t know who we really are and what we’re capable of doing. We need to be shook and told by someone else that we’ve hit a home run. Just because we may not hear people cheering in the stands doesn’t mean we didn’t earn the home run. I’m reading a book titled Scary […]

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 […]