I love meeting people. Let me make one quick correction: I love meeting *COOL* people, who love to share their talents and help others.
Several months ago I got to meet Ryan and Franz...and knew I had to learn more about their mission through music.
During a recent appearance on the Friends of Kevin Radio Show, Steve shared his views on Vision Boards, all the mistakes he's made with them...and how many of the gurus and celebrities who promote them are missing an important step.
As part of my path as a speaker and author, I get to meet some pretty cool people on the road.
In December 2012, a very limited group of people got to travel to Scottsdale AZ to spend a day immersed in the wisdom and knowledge of Joe Calloway and Larry Winget.
That's where I met Joel Boggess. It has been a joy to watch him take his career and run with it since then.
This interview is a good, rich conversation about the message we have to share with the world and a behind-the-scenes look at OUR HEROES who continue to inspire us.
After seeing how some peoples' 'heroes' (cough cough) actually behave, I had to shake my head and wonder...have you actually SEEN the definition?
I recently had the opportunity to speak with Miss G, founder of the Gs Love page on Facebook. She rocks!
We talked about who we are, what makes us tick, the importance of sharing good energy and why she loves the smell of strawberries.
As we head into the home stretch of the year, ask yourself: "How am I doing on my fitness goals?!?"
During a recent radio show, I got to take a humorous look at a subject that isn't always so funny: my health.
Ultimately I decided that I needed to come clean about my own eating and workout habits...and resolve to look better naked in 2016.
After reading a recent Upworthy article about a guy who was adding positive energy to the world "armed only with a Sharpie and some rocks", I knew I needed to interview him. It was a joy to share Bryan's story and discover how his love for art and the world's hidden treasures has influenced his life's work. Thank you Bryan...and I hope your Mom loves the interview!