The 2013 NFL Kickoff is tonight starting with the defending Super Bowl Champs the Baltimore Ravens taking on the Denver Broncos. What better way to kickoff the season then by chatting with two-time Super Bowl Champion, entrepreneur, sports parent and Indy native Rosevelt Colvin.
Rosevelt was drafted by the Chicago Bears in 1999, played for the Bears, the New England Patriots, and the Houston Texans. Some of his best years were spent playing linebacker for the Patriots, where he won two Super Bowl rings during the process.
I DO NOT like paper! I am on a quest to eliminate as much paper in my life as possible. But everyday new paper finds its way in my life.
Mail, meeting notes, business receipts, maintenance quotes and records, medical records, warranties, bills, statements, school work, flyers, magazine articles, etc. It can be overwhelming!
I absolutely love apps! I love my Android phone, and the thousands of apps available to can help me be more productive, more organized, and entertained.
I’ve written in the past about a few of my favorite apps, but I’ve come to realize that one app surpasses them all for me. That is my Evernote app!
It is amazing when you give to others, how much you receive. When you encourage people how much you are encouraged. And when you teach practical ideas how much you learn.
Since I have been blogging and attempting to GIVE more, ENCOURAGE people, and TEACH what I’ve learned to the readers of my blog, it has come back to me. I am thankful for each and everyone of you who read my blog!
What makes a great life? Is there some complicated formula or method to winning and living the life you want? Nope! It’s very simple. It’s as simple as elementary math. Here are 15 Simple Solutions That Will Have You #Winning In Life!
Today, I am celebrating the 100th post on my blog! This has been a goal of mine to reach 100 posts. My thinking was that I couldn’t consider myself a “real” blogger unless I had 100 posts. Since I am now a “real” blogger, I’m inviting you to my party! :)
While everyone was getting ready to see if the Miami Heat could finish off the Oklahoma City Thunder in the NBA Finals, and get LeBron James his first NBA championship, my family was getting prepared for a championship game of our own. Our 6-year old son, Jackson, and his Junior Rookie Reds baseball team was playing in their league championship game. That was the focal point of our day.
Are you ready for success? If you reached your goal would you be able to handle it?
I read that over 70% of lottery winners go broke within a few years. Before you begin the “smh” (shaking my head), answer this. Have you ever hoped for something, had it happen, and you were not prepared for it?
I just finished reading a great book by Jeff Goins, and joined him on a 15-day Writing Challenge (side note: this happens to be the 2nd writing Challenge I am participating in this month). Jeff’s Challenge is designed to help writers, like myself, master the craft of writing.
What can a 6-year old teach you about your will to succeed? What my son is doing to get better at baseball is a great example of being willing to succeed.