Tag Archives: personal development

Learn, Work, and Play Every Day

School’s out for the summer, but that doesn’t mean my kids still aren’t still learning a ton (between swim team, Ninja training, nature camps, and crafts – these kids’ summers are packed!). Learning doesn’t stop when the bell rings. Too often for adults, though it does. Many adults graduate from high school or college and never take another class or …

Simplicity is the New Sexy

Simplicity is the New Sexy

Yesterday was the first day of Fall and just like that, a new season is upon us. Cooler weather, costumes, corn mazes, and pumpkin spice everything. When the air grows colder and we start to shift from one season to another, I can’t help but reflect on what season I’m in in my life and the paradigm shift that has …

The Big Impact of Little Moments

I hope everyone had a wonderful 4th of July holiday with their friends and family! There’s nothing like a good old-fashioned family BBQ, parade, or fireworks display to remind you to slow down and be present (it’s hard to check email on your phone when you’re manning the grill or chasing your kids around the yard!). These are moments and …

The Culture of Convenience

“A man who dares to waste one hour of time has not discovered the value of life.” – Charles Darwin  On any given day of the week, I ask Alexa to add vegan protein powder to my Amazon cart or I ask Siri to text my assistant to rearrange my week’s calendar. I have a pulse sensor hooked to my …

The 3 Key Hires You Need for Any Business

“You don’t build a business. You build people, and people build the business.” -Zig Ziglar Whether you are a sole-proprietor looking to grow your retail store, an investor looking for their next project, a CEO of a multi-million dollar conglomerate, or a small online business owner, you need people to help your business operate, grow, thrive, and survive. If you …

The Art and Sport of Business

I just moved into a new home a few weeks ago. The last time I moved was about six months ago and again about six months prior to that. I’m averaging a new home about once a year right now (thank you for being awesome about that, Sarah!). So, the question is why, right? Why build a 6,000 square foot …