Alan is an average person. (Don’t hate me Alan…please.)
I don’t mean he isn’t a really, really great individual. He is. In fact, he is pretty damned impressive.
What I mean to say is that Alan is just a person. He’s a person just like you and I. Nothing more, nothing less.
He doesn’t subscribe to the “rockstar” stereotypes that most folks might think of when the word “celebrity” comes to mind, but yet, he’s just been recognized for something rather out of this world.
Continue reading “I Dare You”
You’re smart as hell and have every angle figured out, but too many people say you aren’t worth it.
You connect incredibly well with everyone and people always want to be your friend, but you can’t keep money in the bank.
These simple examples might appear similar, but in reality, they are worlds apart.
Does one of these sound more like you than the other?
Continue reading “Four Letters You Need to Understand”
This blog and the thoughts and ideas I share with you, wouldn’t exist, were it not for my attending Mobile Beat Las Vegas in 2011.
I would never have met some of the most impactful people in my life without first attending that DJ conference.
Many of the friends I have, from all over the world, are in my life as a direct result of attending DJ conferences.
Continue reading “Making the Conference World Go ‘Round”
In a recent post on Facebook, Adam Longworth from F.M. Entertainment out of Indianapolis, Indiana, thanked me for turning him on to a book called The Go-Giver. Previously, others have written to me about this little book saying it has been life changing and others have said that it helped them truly discover their purpose on this earth.
So, why haven’t I written, here on this blog, about such a momentous little read?
Continue reading “My Not So Well Kept Secret”
“Hi! Can I take your order?”
If you’ve ever been to a Tim Hortons restaurant, surely you know what follows…
Would you like your sandwich toasted? Do you want cheese with that? White cheese or cheddar? Bacon? A drink? How about a $0.99 donut? Blah, blah, blah…
Continue reading “Outsold by Fast Food”