Recently I was walking out of a Papa John's and approached by a homeless man asking for food. Ironically I had just picked up 2 pizzas so I gave one to him.
He didn’t walk away; instead, he started eating it immediately standing right in front of me as if it was the first meal he had in a week.
My wife and I are hosting this year's Thanksgiving dinner for the very first time.
Our guests don't know it yet, but at the dinner table I'll be asking everyone to share their favorite quote of the year ... and cell phones won't be allowed to look one up!
I've always loved motivational quotes
This is the story of "Everybody, Somebody, Anybody & Nobody"...
.... there was an important job to be done, and Everybody was sure that Somebody would do it. Anybody could have done it, but Nobody did it. Somebody got angry bec
Whether or not you're a college football fan, this weekend's Purdue vs Ohio State mega upset carries a much bigger story than who won or lost. The real message is about the inspiration from a die-hard Purdue boilermaker superfan, Tyler Trent.
I recently saw this video below and it brought my wife and I to inspirational tears. If you've not seen it, then get a few tissues before watching! I also encourage you to watch this with someone you love and even consider sharing this with your team(s) at work.
The video is about Justin Gallegos
My career background started in Higher Education. I worked in Student Affairs at several colleges and universities such as the University of South Carolina, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, the University of Central Florida, High Point University and Wake Tech Community College.
One of the a
If you’ve ever desired to become a professional speaker, or even wondered how professional speakers get started, this one’s for you.
When I first started as a speaker, it was never my desire to speak full time or professionally - it was simply my PASSION. On countless occasions, I spoke for F
Not too long ago, the airline I was flying on lost my luggage. It was one of the worst weeks for it to happen because I had 4 straight days of travel with a keynote speech on each day.
I waited and waited at baggage claim. Made a few friends but my luggage never appeared. Once reality finally def
I am fortunate that my career takes me to places all over the world. I have the opportunity to speak and collaborate with many extraordinary people – from superstar students to extraordinary executives and all in between.
As I was considering the topic for this week’s article, I wanted to foc
l have always been fascinated by the stories of extraordinary leaders. How they persevered and endured challenges is often more inspiring than their accomplishment in itself.
So a few years ago, I decided to take my admiration to the next level. I began a journey to explore if there was a common