In my world of 25 years of marriage, getting my wife, Sara, flowers is always a good idea. It’s an even better idea to get my mother flowers on Mother’s Day, which is right around the corner. But I always had problems sending the right gift (and believe me, I don’t want to send my wife […]
I interviewed Jay Coughlan on my radio show last month about the worst part of his life. He joked about his hard upbringing: “In our neighborhood,” he says, “A few kids were going to Penn State, but even more were going to the state pen.” […]
Many small business owners think that when they have their own business, they will have alot of free time since they no longer have a boss. They figure now that there is no one keeping track of their time, they are “home free”!
The reality is that they actually […]
“May your choices reflect your hopes, not your fears.”- Nelson Mandala
While traveling in South Africa this past year, I came across this quote from Nelson Mandela. It struck me that in my life, I make a lot of my choices out of fear. Unfortunately, as […]
I enjoy working all the time. I am always online and in touch with whoever reaches out to me. It’s because I am passionate about what I do and I am able to combine my personal and business life.
But, every two years for the […]
(Thanksgiving post where I always talk about what I am thankful for.)
I am struggling with my words this year because of the unprecedented rancor of the presidential election.
Quite frankly, I am questioning what the future of America now looks like. I have been in a funk these […]