Do Hard Things – Why I Refuse to Give Up

So here’s a crazy story.... In January, I started training for an Ironman 70.3 event.  I had never done anything like this before in my life… and I knew it was going to be f-ing hard. I’m 6’3” and weighed 235lbs... I looked more like a linebacker than a skinny triathlete. An Ironman 70.3 (aka: Half Ironman) consists of a 1900m swim, 90km bike ride and 21km run. This is how I broke down my goals:

Measuring Impact: 5 Steps to Build a Business That Drives Positive Social Change

Hate to break it to you, but it’s not all about money. I mean it. Here’s an example... One of my coaching clients recently hit a milestone that we’ve been working towards for years:  $1M per month in profit.  After 9 years of hard work, he turned that dream into a reality. HUGE achievement! But instead of celebrating, the next question that came was... “What was the purpose? Why am I doing this? If we make more money as a

Learned Resilience: 5 Useful Reminders To Keep You Motivated Through Hard Times

I’ve never been one to watch wrestling.  Rarely ever step in the ring for a boxing match.  But despite not being much of a sports guy... I sure know how it feels to get slammed to the ground by life, kept in it’s chokehold, and kicked in the gut while I’m there. Failure after failure, problem after problem, it was mentors and business coaches that helped me through everything that went wrong.

The 5 Competitive Business Strategies I Learned Snow Biking With a Group of World-Class Entrepreneurs

I like to hang out with inspiring entrepreneurs.  No, not sipping coffee in their offices… I like to get out and do something fun. Even if it means breaking bones. When you connect without it being about business, two things happen: First, you get insights into the character of a successful business person. Second, when the conversation isn’t forced, that’s when the most valuable business advice flows organically.