Category Archives: Small Business Ownership

In the last couple weeks, I’ve talked to a number of people about working hard vs. hardly working. ¬†Mostly it’s been men (probably because men make up about 75 percent of my client list). We’ve been talking about their

You may or may not know I went to Queens University of Charlotte for my third of my three attempts at college. I finally got my bachelor’s degree in Organizational Communications there at night and worked there full-time during

There’s a time to be efficient and a time to not be efficient. Case in point, last week one of my clients, his manager, and I were talking about people. And he said something really profound: “It’s an honor

Right now, my world is about starting and stopping. I’m getting hitched in a few days and I’m¬†excited. And I’ll be honest: I feel distracted and uninterested in work stuff. I guess this shouldn’t come as a surprise to

Have you ever watched what plants do? I have since childhood and I’m nearly obsessed with it. When I was a kid, I would lie down in the plants at dusk and watch the brilliant pink flowers of an

For the last few days, I’ve been listening to a new audio book by Adam Braun called The Promise of a Pencil. Adam traveled the world during college and had a nearly fatal ship ride during a Semester at

If you said the opposite of play is work, I’d like you to hold that thought. This weekend Nelson and I explored the miles of forests and rivers around our new home. We discovered (for a second time) Gorges

I figured out something today about the best clients I love to work with. They all have some very specific traits in common that have nothing to do with the industry they’re in, how much money they’re making, or

This weekend was a weekend to push me out of my comfort zone – WAY out. Specifically, it pushed me about 40 feet out. Here’s the deal: Ever since Nelson and I met, we’ve talked about wanting to live

A couple of Fridays ago, I had the opportunity to make a huge difference in the lives of a small group of people. There’s a certain light people get in their eyes when they’ve discovered something that changes everything