New Year’s Resolutions suck. Always have, always will. Goals are what you want, not resolutions. And you don’t need to wait until December to set goals. In fact, you should be setting them and reviewing them constantly. I keep my BIG goals on a list that is pushed to all of my devices. I review […]
It is a cliche we’ve all used. I think I first said it 15 years ago, or so. If only I knew then what I know now. Today, having just completed my 35th trip around the Sun; I find myself doing a lot of reflecting on just what I have learned in all those years. […]
The first (often overlooked) step to becoming “successful” is defining success. We must set our coordinates accurately so that we can someday reach our intended destination.
2011 was a fascinating year for me: I changed jobs, got divorced and fell in love (twice). I moved from the suburbs to the city and started riding to work. I was interviewed by Juniper, took 16 trips to 13 different cities, joined TheHundred Denver, and was kicked out of Canada. I started speaking more, working less, and spending more time with my kids. I published my second book, co-authored my first Internet-Draft, filed my first patent application, and re-discovered my spirituality. Oh, and I turned 30…
I recently observed an interesting phenomenon. About a week ago, I noticed an update in my Facebook ‘News Feed.’ The update was a post on my friend Nate Day’s ‘wall’ made by his wife, Joleen Day. What is most interesting about this is not that my friend’s wife left a note on her husband’s wall […]
Not knowing where you would like to go is a sure way to end up somewhere else. Or as Draper L. Kaufman, Jr. put it: “Those who do not create the future they want must endure the future they get.” The first step in creating that future is determining what it is.