Life's unexpected moments often challenge our boundaries. Can you recall a time when you surprised yourself by going against your own rules?
Today is the 30th anniversary of my 18th birthday. Meaning, I turned 48 today.
That's thirty years of being a legal adult.
Over these 10,957 days of adulthood, I've gathered countless lessons. I'm eager to share 30 of those lessons with you. Consider this a preview of the wisdom I'll impart to my grandchildren.
Years ago, I designed a family crest to represent my family lineage moving forward.
Simple design. Nothing complicated.
In my early 20s, I met a man that mesmerized me.
Frank was loud, outlandish, and polarizing. Most people loved and gravitated to him, while others couldn't stand him. Until then, I had never met anyone like him, but I wanted to be like him, the fun and exciting part.
15 summers is all I got with my daughters.
They're gone. The summers. Not them.
Sue Anderson first came into my world in 2009. She was asked to interview me so I could share
my story on the success of our first online business.
As soon as we first spoke, I knew we would be friends for a long time. He’s a Latino, a father, an entrepreneur, and a hip-hop head
One person's presence and influence continue to impact me today. Because of his willingness to believe in me and take a risk- I quit my job to make "money in my sleep."
As parents, we all want our kids to get a good education and get a good job at a good company that treats them well.
But will your child show up and be that team member we all wish we had at work? Or will they be that crazy person you dread seeing on the schedule?
Crap, I was starting to sound like my dad.
My daughters aren't calling or staying in touch. I feel forgotten. A part of me feels like they don't appreciate or love me.
I was furious at my girlfriend.
Never have I ever been this mad at her. I screamed. She screamed. Our egos refused to back down. Fight me.
She could have chosen anyone, but my daughter chose me.