Today I heard a term that struck me right through the heart. What was that term? "Generational poverty". I was supposed to be a statistic of this. I was supposed to repeat the cycle of poverty. I'm the son of two people who never went to college. My mom became a stay at home mom … Continue reading My Audiobook Is Available!
My Book hit #1 on Amazon! I know a lot of my blog followers bought my book and made it a #1 new release on Amazon. I’m so grateful for the support from each and every one of you. It took a lot for me to write this book and I know it will inspire … Continue reading The Mindset Hit #1 New Release On Amazon!
Yesterday I did a live radio interview for my book on Talk Radio Europe, in Spain. In case you missed it, here is a recording. Happy listening!
I know many of us set New Years resolutions for 2019 to exercise, eat healthy, and lose weight. We’re now wrapping up the first week of January. The gyms were packed, we were all eating salad, and everyone was pumped up! The motivation will start to dwindle soon if it hasn’t already. Next week there … Continue reading Don’t Give Up
As I was driving through my neighborhood on my way to work this morning, I couldn't help but notice a few more American flags than usual because of Veteran's Day. I’m the only house on my block that proudly hangs an American flag every single day of the year. Why? It’s not … Continue reading This Flag
What's the long term goal for a wolf? To eat regularly and to be comfortable. Not every wolf is smart enough to realize their true long term goal. Most can't see past their short term needs of eating their next meal and surviving the day. Survival of the fittest. What does that mean exactly? … Continue reading Be the Wolf
If you asked the 10 year old me what the scariest moment in my life was, I would tell you it was being the starting pitcher in a championship baseball game. That pressure and fear was something I had never felt before until that day. If you asked me when I was 12 years … Continue reading Fear
This 4th of July while we are BBQ'ing and and spending time with friends, let's take a moment to think about all of the the people who fought and died to give us this freedom. No matter what race or religion you are, if you live in this country, you owe them a thank you, a … Continue reading 4th Of July
Last week I wrote a blog about my Dad so it’s only fair that I also mention something about my Mom. To say she endured hardships in her life would be an understatement. It wasn't until I was around 12 years old that my parents finally told me about what she had to endure as … Continue reading My Mom
Given that it’s Father's Day week, I wanted to take the time to mention something about my Dad. I call him my Dad and not my Father because when I was growing up, he taught me that any man can be a Father but it takes a real man to be a Dad. He … Continue reading My Dad