I loved Amy Krouse Rosenthal books, ever since my wife brought them home for my boys to enjoy. That's how you know good children's literature, the adults enjoy them as well. As many know, Amy passed away from ovarian cancer in 2017, but her books continue to amaze. Prior [...]
The Builders Project, Episode 3, Ryan sits down with Jesse Trout from Mindful Life Coaching. Jesse is the first branch of The Builders Project and we hope to explore his tree in future episodes. This conversation visits a few different topics, starting with accountability, transitioning to life coaching, Authentic [...]
We were built. None of us have done it alone. No matter how fortunate or tragic your upbringing was, somewhere, someone along your path helped you. We are not self-made people, I believe that is a fictionalized concept that doesn’t really exist. Sure, some of us displayed more [...]
Ryan sits down with Jocko Willink and Leif Babin the authors of the best selling book Extreme Ownership, Jocko Willink, and Leif Babin and has the pleasure to visit with them about their new book; The Dichotomy of Leadership. The conversation about their new book visits a few different topics, [...]
Last week I was able to attend the Character Conference 2019 at Glacier High School in Kalispell, Montana. This is the second year of this event and while my son went last year, I was not able to attend. Why did I go this year, one, because he wanted to [...]
Well, it’s that time of year to make – and possibly break – resolutions for a fitter, smarter, and better version of you. Even now, most people I know are scribbling down new diets, new exercise regimens, new goals, new plans, and new commitments to a happier, healthier, and more successful version of themselves. Unfortunately, most of those resolutions will be broken within two months for a variety of reasons.
This Nike commercial dropped on Thanksgiving day and what a great way to give thanks. Drederick Irving was a single father raising two young children. Drederick had NBA potential, even having a tryout with the Celtics in 1992, before the loss of his wife, Elizabeth, changed everything. Like any father would, he put [...]