How to Make the Season of Giving a 365 Day a Year Tradition

I hope everyone enjoyed a long holiday weekend with friends and family, unplugged, relaxing and reflecting on all there is that you are thankful for. I have a tremendous amount to be thankful for. I know you do too. Gratitude is the antidote to almost everything – fear, mediocrity, sadness, anger. Try it. Right now. … More How to Make the Season of Giving a 365 Day a Year Tradition

Your Most Important Relationships May Be With People You’ve Never Met

Last week I taught a business and leadership bootcamp in Vermont to an incredible group of entrepreneurs, small business owners, and leaders. One of the topics that came up was mentorships and the value of a mentor. The whole conversation started when we began talking about the five relationships you need to live a wealthy … More Your Most Important Relationships May Be With People You’ve Never Met

How To Gain a 52 to 1 Advantage Over Your Competition

High achievers, leaders, hustlers, goal diggers… we’re all just trying to do a little (okay a lot), disrupt industries, crush our competition (with a smile), build our companies, support our families, and show up like a boss every. damn. day. So, what’s the quickest way to come out on top (that doesn’t involve tearing everyone … More How To Gain a 52 to 1 Advantage Over Your Competition

Lessons From the Finish Line: What I Learned From Completing My First Ironman

Well, my first Ironman has come and gone. Nine months of discipline and training for 10 hours, 50 minutes, and 43 seconds of pure execution. People keep asking me what it felt like to cross that finish line. Did I feel relief? Or euphoria? Or pride? Or a sense of accomplishment? Or joy? I guess … More Lessons From the Finish Line: What I Learned From Completing My First Ironman