Monthly Archives: October 2014



2017-02-03T02:25:06+00:00October 25th, 2014|

I encountered a funny question a couple of weeks ago when I was doing a speech in Lakeview Michigan. A student in the crowd asked me how long I’ve been a motivational speaker. Whenever I’m asked this question its hard not to smile on the inside. Most people expect this long-winded story of a young [...]


2017-02-03T02:25:06+00:00October 19th, 2014|

Right now its 2:55am Eastern Standard Time. I’m wide-awake writing this blog as I listen to my son in the other room talk in his sleep. He’s said “dada” about thirty times, “car” maybe 20, and the rest is a flow of gibberish that I know will be hilarious when he starts to form sentences. [...]


2017-02-03T02:25:07+00:00October 12th, 2014|

I was a really good math student. For those of you that follow my blog give me a second to explain myself. I was a very good math student until the seventh grade. That was the year that numbers became letters. When I was in elementary school I could do basic math without using a [...]


2017-02-03T02:25:07+00:00October 4th, 2014|

I was in disbelief. Actually, what I was in I would later find out was called a 'triangle choke.' At the time I was too preoccupied trying to figure out how this 16-year-old kid that weighed about 150 pounds (soaking wet) was about to choke me out unconscious. Back then, I was around thirty-years-old and [...]