This past Monday morning, I was training one of my clients who admittedly needs to lose a good bit of weight. He is super-sharp in running his own company; however, one of his biggest struggles is not allowing his business to dominate his life. I have coached him over the past few months to build boundaries around... Continue Reading →
28 Days Too Late…
On the morning of September 25, 2020, it hit me out of the blue, and like a ton of bricks, that I hadn’t seen any recent posts from my friend and former client, Damon Taylor. And while the optimist in me said to check Facebook, my gut told me otherwise. So, with my gut winning... Continue Reading →
My Journey Back From the Wilderness
On Sunday evening, November 19, 2017, I received a last-second meeting request from my boss. He apologized for the late notice asking that I clear my calendar for the next day and to meet him at the DFW Grand Hyatt Hotel at 10AM. In an instant, I understood that I had just been fired. My... Continue Reading →
The Phone Call That Changed Everything
My long time mentor, Andy Andrews, started an online coaching club called Unshakable Entrepreneur a year or so ago which has turned out to be a great and positive influence in my life. Part of the platform includes periodic special "expert" guests where Andy interviews them via Skype. Once the interview is complete, it's posted... Continue Reading →
In Honor of My Friend Stephanie
Stephanie Andrus-Jackson and I first met back in the Summer of 2015. She's the Assistant Director of Design Services at Texas Women's University in Denton, TX. In my role as the manufacturer rep for Workrite Ergonomics in the DFW market, we immediately hit it off and did several small projects together in the following months.... Continue Reading →
What’s Your Excuse?
The following is the story of how two unlikely individuals provided for a massive shift in perspective on my part and for that I will always be grateful... On March 4th of this year I had surgery on my right shoulder and biceps. My rotator cuff had multiple tears and my biceps tendon was on... Continue Reading →
What Do You Teach a Child to do With a Dollar?
What do you teach a child to do with a dollar? After all, it's only a dollar, right? Well, there are two primary schools of thought. The first and much more common is that it's only a dollar, so what does it matter? The second and much more intelligent way of thinking is to use... Continue Reading →
The Treasures from Trials
My pastor's "Daily Word" is an email devotional that he publishes Monday through Friday each week. The message the day following my MRI reading and the scheduling of my shoulder & bicep surgery couldn't have been more timely. The theme was on the treasure of trials in our life. Pastor said trials can fortify us,... Continue Reading →
What’s Your Story?
As a Christian I feel an obligation to share about my faith in my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. My purpose in this post is not to address the steps to salvation. For that topic, I specifically wrote "Do You Have An Insurance Policy For Eternity?" earlier this year. This is just a simple story... Continue Reading →
Life Lessons From Mom
In honor of my Mom and to all moms worldwide, the following is a tribute. My Mom taught me so much as a child; many of these lessons have stayed with me. A few, in particular, have grown to become absolute fundamentals that my life is now based on. A common thread running through these... Continue Reading →