What is it you haven’t done that you want to do? As this year heads to a close, let’s do it together. Let us help you with your life team. You don’t want to go to the world’s LARGEST entrepreneur event. You want to go to the best. Be 1 of 100.read more
The best example of words costing you millions occurred moments ago and I witnessed it live from the NFL Draft in Jerry Jones crib, in Arlington.
An ESPN analyst predicted that Josh Allen from Wyoming would be the #1 draft pick.read more
The Conversation Event donates books and time to fund literacy and education action for children in orphanages and alternative living homes. Through our initiatives to build libraries and our creative writing programs, we have been working with organizations for 15 years to bring words and hope to youth in all types of homes.read more
What was your first job?
This reminder may be something you need right now to show you how far you’ve come.
Anything is possible!read more
In a mastermind on the beach recently, I talked with a CEO about his life, against the backdrop of a magnificent sunset.
Sunsets and CEOs can make you contemplative.
Both are often colorful, have depth beyond the norm, and cause me to think. What will I do with the rest of my life? Who will I meet that will change it? How can I add to the lives of others?read more
Every superhero has an origin story. Which superhero is your favorite? Is it Superman, Captain America, Spider-Man, or The Hulk?read more
When I was invited to dinner with Richard Branson and a few others, I really did not know what to expect. For one, I did not expect to have enough time to truly engage with the legend, but he was so down to earth. He was not full of himself, and he truly is what he appears to be.read more
Words are currency. And sometimes the fewer you use, the greater the velocity. Think about the power of just a few words, strung together. You can do it. Think differently. Anything is possible. You’re beautiful. You have a great smile. I love your brain. Thank you...read more
Warren sat beside me in the bleachers at the baseball game, with a peaceful demeanor. There to watch his team, the Omaha Storm Chasers in Nebraska, I learned about his legacy. We toured his candy store, See’s Candies, which was a $25-million venture. For dinner, we ate at Gorat’s his favorite steakhouse; and of course, we touched upon a hot topic among CEOs and business owners: How to Create Wealth.read more
I’ve had dinners with Richard Branson, Chi Chi Rodriguez and lots of amazing CEOs, an afternoon with Tim Tebow, baseball and steaks with Warren Buffett, swimming with Nick Vujicic and long days on yachts, jets and islands with entrepreneurs in tech, and other industries. Not trying to brag, but imagine all those great minds, and now we’re all set for the point I’m trying to make.read more