When We Were Connected

When We Were Connected

Remember the days of Dallas and Dukes of Hazard? It seemed like we were more connected as a society then. Now, information flies at us from every nook and cranny, creating a media filtered world that lacks consistency. We can’t read about a situation and know it as...
In The Drivers Seat

In The Drivers Seat

Most of us can attribute our success to a handful of pivotal decisions we’ve made throughout our lifetime. When I ran away, I didn’t realize I was saying no to people that didn’t have my best interest in mind. Nor was I old enough to see that I was changing the course...
Southern Class

Southern Class

I’m Southern and love a bit of that wrench your mouth kind of talk, but in order to love my people, I have to separate culture from behavior.    I get it. You’re protecting what our grandparent’s built, and it is something to be proud of. But...
The Pivotal Point

The Pivotal Point

I believe there is a pivotal point where it becomes too late to re-configure your daily life. Not because it’s impossible, but because our minds become sodden with the fear and insecurity it takes to maintain an emotionally distant career. Don’t let it get to that...
The Work Of Fear

The Work Of Fear

Fear can serve as motivation to work harder. For me, it was a backwards trick. More fear equaled unhappiness, which made it difficult, but in the end served as fuel for the engine when it came time to make a change. But there is danger in crossing any bridge at night....