My wife and I have moved twice this summer. Our first move was from Pomona, CA to Seattle, WA. The decision and planning process for this move lasted for the better part of a year. We were able to visit, scope out apartments and neighborhoods, and spend time processing the idea of moving away from
Last year, around the beginning of the pandemic, I began reading a book called “Thinking for a Change” by John Maxwell. With a tumultuous year on the horizon, I knew that I wanted to learn how to become a better thinker – to discern through things well. It’s common for all of us to allow
The term “Peak Performance” is just about everywhere now. People across the world endlessly trying to be their most productive selves in the name of peak performance. Being a peak performer is different for everyone because different people have different goals and expectations. However, many of the same processes are used. Here are a few:
On March 8, 2020 I competed in the Los Angeles Marathon. One day prior to a global shutdown due to a pandemic, I was lined up at the starting line outside of Center Field at Dodger Stadium with 27,500 of my closest friends. As a side note, I’m thankful that the race didn’t get canceled.
My wife, Michel, after completing a three-year graduate program studying Architecture, started her career last week. This was pretty exciting for both of us. We were able to see all of the long hours, hard work, and sleepless nights pay off in Michel receiving an offer from her dream company, Gensler. **As you sit reading