June 27

Shakespeare in the Park

Attending Shakespeare in the park with my family overlaps a lot of things for me. Time to relax in a park, time to view folks performing their interpretation of Shakespeare’s script, time with my family, getting some son , talking with others about the story content and reflecting on my own life.
June 14

Movement and Trails

Before Guillain-Barré Syndrome, I was running trails. Mostly hills and gaining elevation too. Really getting a workout. Now, my focus is on walking a good distance on flat land. I’m still getting out on trails and being with nature as much as I can. I’ve said this for years, but it is even more relevant for me now. I like to call it movement, instead of working out.
June 6

Joy in the Smallest Things

I’ve always been a big dreamer. I like to visualize things and then take the steps to create them. Out of all these life experiences and after having had this major life change in the last 10-months, I am finding the greatest joy in the small things
May 23

My Different Therapies

As I continue my healing from Guillain-Barré Syndrome, I’ve used a lot of different therapies. I believe they have seriously sped up my recovery.
May 10

The Gift of Family

One of the great gifts Guillain-Barré Syndrome has given me is to truly know in my heart that I am loved. Those closest to me showed up in such loving ways. Helping in ways I would not have imagined prior to this. This started with my family and extended to many friends.
May 2

Out To Eat!

Going out to eat was also a new success. It’s still hard to chew with my mouth closed, so I’ve been a private eater.
April 11

The Oak Tree

This Oak tree is so strong and it doesn’t work hard to do so. It just is. If you are stressed, challenged and/or feeling worried today, find some piece of nature and give it 10-15 minutes. Relax and breath.
April 4

A Hike with my Dad

Hike with my Dad. Grateful for the time with him. Grateful I can hike. No big hills yet. Which brings me to my next gratitude moment….
October 29

The Journey Doesn’t Have To Be Lonely – MBML EP123

Entrepreneurship is lonely. Entrepreneurs can’t focus on one thing at a time. There’s so many bad stereotypes out there…and It’s time to break ‘em down. In […]
October 28

Notice The Inner And Outer Clues – MBML EP122

Success doesn’t always feel like sunshine and rainbows. Sometimes it feels like overwhelm, confusion, fear, or just plain WEIRD. So how do we lean into those […]
October 27

Your Pain Is Part Of Your Puzzle – MBML EP121

Rejection, pain, frustration, angst…is it all just part of the deal when you’re in business? In today’s clip, Noah St. John and I dive into the […]
October 23

Live and Leave A Legacy – MBML EP120

Passionate about a cause? Want to make a bigger impact as an entrepreneur? In today’s episode, Jovanni Casaus and I explore how we can create bigger […]
October 22

A Holistic Approach To Life – MBML EP119

Are you secretly pushing money away? What if those roadblocks to revenue AREN’T a strategy issue, but a YOU issue? In today’s clip, Jovanni Casaus shares […]
October 21

Focus On One Thing At A Time – MBML EP118

Building a plane and flying it at the same time is the recipe for a disaster…so why do so many entrepreneurs do it in their business? […]
October 20

Past, Present, Future: Honor Your Journey – MBML EP117

Entrepreneurs have a habit of fixating on strategies as the key to success. But if that’s true, why do some business owners succeed with an implementation […]
October 16

Remind Yourself To Have Fun – MBML EP116

Does FUN have a place in the workplace? Serious grown ups would argue that playing on the job is inherently irreverent, but today we’ll argue to […]
October 15

Becoming Aware Of Our Own Filters – MBML EP115

Manifestation can seem like a bunch of hokey woo-woo stuff, but what if it’s just simple cognitive science? I n today’s clip, we explore how the […]