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31 12, 2018

You Will See Better Days

By | December 31st, 2018|Life Coaching|0 Comments

2016 was one of the darkest years of my life. So many things had gone wrong. I had lost hope of continuing. Still, I didn't give up.   It amazes me every day how that year started an amazing comeback for me in my life. By the end of 2016 things were looking up. 2017 became better and 2018 was [...]

31 12, 2018

Stop Advertising That You Are A Victim

By | December 31st, 2018|Life Coaching|0 Comments

I’m not calling you out to be a jerk. I love you and want to see you succeed. That is what my calling is...to see you know how to reach your calling. I crave to see you reach your dream. Yet if your social media posts are all about who is against you and how unfair you have it...then that [...]

20 06, 2018

Follow The Red Dot

By | June 20th, 2018|Life Coaching, Spiritual Living|1 Comment

One of the verses that I learned in Sunday School that stayed with me was Psalm 119:105. “Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.” (KJV) As a speaker, coach and mentor I use the Bible in many of my talks.  I have found so much guidance in the scriptures. Guidance that pulled me [...]

6 06, 2018

How To Handle Toxic People

By | June 6th, 2018|Spiritual Living|0 Comments

In "Don't Concentrate On The Haters' I reminded you to concentrate on those that love you. Let their presence be what you crave. I believe that also includes our creator who loves us more than any. So He is most deserving of our time.   This brings up another thought. What would He have us do to the "haters"?  How [...]

30 05, 2018

Don’t Concentrate On The Haters

By | May 30th, 2018|Life Coaching|0 Comments

Years ago when I worked at a concert promotion company. We worked with an artist who had a strong fanbase. His concerts would sell out. He would win the most awards at the televised awards shows. After the concerts, he would sign hundreds of autographs for enthusiastic fans. When we would eat at restaurants people would flock to the table [...]

16 02, 2018

Ring Time. Looking For Practice Opportunities.

By | February 16th, 2018|Coaching For Your Calling|0 Comments

I was sitting in the locker room for a professional wrestling show. One of the rookies was complaining. Actually, he seemed to always be complaining. “Why am I not in more main events”? “Why do I have to wrestle in tag teams instead of more singles matches”?. It was pretty tiresome to listen to. I remember one night we were [...]

14 02, 2018

Thrown In The Air! What If You Could Learn To Fly?

By | February 14th, 2018|Coaching For Your Calling|0 Comments

I remember as a child we would play what we called parachute. A group of kids would stand around a thick sheet. Someone would get in the middle. Then everyone would lift the sheet and toss the person up in the air a bit. It was fun. Yet I remember it being a bit dangerous. We discovered if you were [...]

20 01, 2018

Cheer Up It’s Your Rebuilding Season

By | January 20th, 2018|Coaching For Your Calling|0 Comments

It’s that time of year again. Football playoffs and championships. The road to the big game. College football has crowned its champion. Now it’s time for the pros to do the same. Both of my teams are out. It was great to see what they did during the season and into the early playoff games. I would have loved for [...]

4 12, 2017

Why You Should Hire Me As Your Live Performance Coach

By | December 4th, 2017|Coaching For Your Calling|0 Comments

The venue is sold out. The audience is sitting in anticipation of what’s about to take place. Very soon they will witness an incredible performance. It will help them take their mind off of the stresses of the past few days. Then all of a sudden the house lights go dim. The stage lights flash on and the spotlight is [...]

21 10, 2017

Knock, Knock! Who’s There? (Doors Of Opportunity Don’t Just Open)

By | October 21st, 2017|Coaching For Your Calling, Life Coaching|1 Comment

When I was a teenager my brother got us an opportunity selling GRIT newspapers door to door. Brian was a natural and he would walk up with no fear and knock. Not everyone opened the door but some people did.   I watched him and decided I would try. I walked up to the first door. Yet, as soon as I [...]