Two Approaches

Two Approaches

The Sundance Film Festival is about a week away. As a self proclaimed film snob, one of the films that I know will be phenomenal and that I eventually want to see is “Blue Valentine,” starring one of my favorite actors, Ryan Gosling, and the very talented Michelle Williams. This isn’t a post about the […]

How Much is Enough?

How Much is Enough?

This post was originally published on the Key 2 Sports blog. Key 2 Sports is an organization that dedicates itself to supporting the people that support and develop young athletes. The company has unparalleled spirit apparel and accessories. Their management team is working on some really cool, really impactful projects for 2010. ———————– University of […]

Bill Simmons’ Secret to Success

Bill Simmons’ Secret to Success

Just finished reading a 700 page book (“The Book of Basketball”) so naturally I wanted to share a few insights. I respect your time and the video is a bit long so I’ll refrain from additional context. Enjoy! Some of my other thoughts on teamwork and posts that might help you harness a bit of […]

Advice For 2010: Don’t Be Reactive

Advice For 2010: Don’t Be Reactive

Happy New Year! I’m really excited about 2010, partially because 2009 was a tough year for me. This time last year I was trying (unsuccessfully) to get some sleep before packing my truck full of everything it would hold and trekking 17 hours across country to Charlotte, North Carolina on January 2nd. In the last […]

It’s Okay to Be Selfish Sometimes

It’s Okay to Be Selfish Sometimes

Here’s 25 things to think about over the holidays: It’s okay if you don’t read everything in your Google reader The world won’t end if you haven’t written a blog post in over a week The harder you work the luckier you get It’s okay to say no Visiting with your grandparents is a better […]