"Love your neighbor as yourself" is what the Bible says. And it's what keeps ringing in my head as I argue with myself. Many of you know that there is a caravan of thousands upon thousands of people traveling up through Mexico from countries to the South, claiming they seek protection from the poverty, gang … Continue reading What if it Isn’t Economically Viable to Love Thy Neighbor (or Help Refugees)?
Two and a half years ago, I was entering my fifth and final year of college at The Ohio State University. It was a tough run and one way I chose to mentally process all my experiences was through writing. I found it a slow, effective process to put my thoughts into coherent sentences (whether or not … Continue reading Why I Haven’t Written About Faith in a Long Time
A new condition has surfaced recently called FOMO (probably not that recent but hey, I'm frequently behind the times). FOMO stands for "Fear Of Missing Out" and conveys in four words the reason so many of us experience priority issues. Take me as an example of the struggle. I have a hard time going to … Continue reading No Time to Drift (and 4 Questions to Help Prioritize Time)
Where do you want to go in life and do you want it enough? That's the question I've been asking myself over the past year. There are certain things I want to do in life. One is be a speaker. I want to become a master communicator and I believe that part of that involves … Continue reading Two Things I Want in Life (and How I’m Getting Past the Fear of Them)
Personal brand - it's definitely a buzzword nowadays. Think about big-name influencers. Gary Vaynerchuk, for example, has built an enormous "personal brand," as he calls it. A personal brand is what someone is known for (in his case, it's his wine business and marketing knowledge). John Maxwell is known for his leadership and personal growth … Continue reading Brand Yourself: How Your Actions Affect Your Impact