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September 2017

Lifestyle

Overcoming is What Feels Good

An athlete may spend 5 years submerged in their daily actions towards an event and when the event is over they feel lost. It’s common amongs athletes to fall into a depression after they’ve achieved their goals. But this…

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Lifestyle

Slow Dance

I found this poem by David L. Weatherford that I felt the need to share with you. The best gift you can give a writer is to share their work. Here it is, enjoy: Have you ever watched kids…

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Leadership

Leadership and Attracting Superstars

My sister Ashley worked with me at Free Form Fitness for 7 years. It was one of the greatest parts of my journey. I miss the pure candor. Being able to both speak our minds without personal judgement like…

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Lifestyle

Why Do We Wait for a Disaster to Strike?

Hurricane Irma has just broken the record for the strongest wind for the longest time frame. Last week when I was in Whistler a friend of mine was telling me that the glacier ice was melting so fast off…

Lifestyle

How The Amish Adopt Technology

Founder of Tesla, Space X and Solar City’s Elon Musk just tweeted yesterday that the biggest threat to humanity is artificial intelligence used for war. Whether or not he’s right it’s clear that technology has been moving much faster…

Marketing

Your Business is Never for Everyone

Even if you sell water, something that all of us drink to survive – some people won’t buy it because they don’t believe in it. We’re not all the same. People buy for many reasons. And if you know…

Entrepreneurship

Jumping from Rock to Rock

My daughter Aspen was trying to cross a small stream where she had to jump from rock to rock. She stood at the edge of one of the rocks frozen in fear at the cold water below. I knew…

Lifestyle

Memory VS Moment

I was sitting on the edge of the stunning sight of Lake Louise when this couple arrived, snapped a pic and left without ever looking at the view outside their selfie. Within seconds they were off chasing the next…