It has been a rough end of summer for me and my first case of poison ivy, but also having to deal with everyone needing to comment on everything.
Thanks to the team at GORUCK, I’m already feeling better as Laura and I set out to go rucking 2-3 times a week.
Today is the first day of school here and one of my kids didn’t ride the bus.
Back from three weeks vacation and of course what is on my mind? Recording a podcast and NOT anything to do with FOMO.
After three weeks of vacation, the coming weeks will be busy ones.
Justin Levy is a good friend of mine and he is facing the biggest challenge of his life and I’m trying to help him out.
We are setting off on our first family roadtrip and by commenting on this post you can help vaccinate a child who will have a life full of firsts. Blogust 2014 kicks off today and I want your help!
A quick packing list of what technology we are bringing on our family road trip.
Photos from a quick trip to the woods of Vermont.
Quick escape to one of my favorite spots in Vermont.
On today’s episode of Managing the Gray, I give you updates on everything going on in my world and some thoughts on other things going on.
Most people won’t have “eat lunch in the ocean beside a sailboat” on their bucket list, but I’m thinking more should.
Two videos that inspired me so much this week that I had to share them with everyone.
A family review of the 2014 Toyota Highlander.
Life right now is a bit confusing, but in the end I know that I’m going to be ok and that everything around me will be ok.
Initial thoughts on the new HBO series, The Leftovers.
A quick update on the various things going on in my life as we head into the July 4th weekend.
Every kid has a smartphone these days, but it is something new for ours. I thought I’d share the process and thoughts behind why we finally gave in and got them.
Great time in Jacksonville, Florida working with the team at GORUCK.
Morning reflections on site in Jacksonville, Florida with GORUCK.
This summer I’m going to do a lot more visiting.
A quiet walk around Fargo, North Dakota with my camera.
Today’s episode of Managing the Gray focuses on the confirmation I received in Fargo on the importance of living a purposeful life.
We need more brands to step up and show real dads in their commercials.
It is almost impossible to try and put into words how magical my weekend at MisfitCon 2014 was, but I tried to do my best.
Traveling to Fargo, North Dakota to take part in MisfitCon 2014.
There are times when doing nothing is exactly the best thing to do. Step away from your screens and live the day as you want, without the need to share everything with everyone.
My newest course for Lynda.com focuses on the importance of storytelling to content marketing.
When a friend reaches out, you get in the car and go.
A beautiful day + a new camera = me in the woods taking it for a walk.
How a simple typewriter at a friend’s wedding reminded me how much I love the simpler things in life.
My two cents on how I feel about leaving my iPhone and buying a Samsung S5 phone.
A friendly reminder that there is much more to life than being grumpy and posting selfies online.
I’ve let things get off the tracks for far too long and now am determined to get my focus back and start making things happen again. Amazing things perhaps?
Three days of fun in and around Boston with Team Lumia.
In the midst of the Boston Team Lumia Experience, I took a long walk along Boston harbor to clear my head.
Technology is a powerful and beautiful thing. But, when the phones are away and you are talking to people you care about, it is even better.
I’ve always been an observer. Watching the world go by and how people act in it. Seeing how they react to one thing, while ignoring another. Pondering people’s actions as they choose to help some and chastise others. Lately my observations have shown me that as a society our priorities are fucked.
When friends are having a rough patch in their lives, what can you do to help them?
This weekend I’ll find myself in Austin, Texas teaching and inspiring local youth on how to find, craft and tell stories that matter to them.
As the Storyteller in Residence for Awake Aware America, I’m excited to kick off the first of their conscious content camps with a focus on water sustainability.
The schedule for the weekend is jam packed and of course I’m excited to be hands-on with the students all weekend long.
You can follow on Twitter @AwareUp or by checking out the #AwareUp hashtag.
Here is the official press release:
STEM Friendly Sustainability Event Connects Students, Technology and Social Media.
(Austin, TX) – Awake Aware
Photos from the 2014 Boston Marathon
The reality is that it is hard to make a living doing work that matters, but I’m more determined than ever to make it work.
Wediko has chosen C.C. Chapman to be the President of their Board of Directors.
What role does the weather have in what and how I do things? I thought I knew the answer, but I guess I don’t.
Just realized that it has been a year since I gave up drinking soda. Don’t miss it much.
A bit of reflection on what makes a good leader.
If I’ve learned one thing in my life, it is that you have to learn to trust your gut with the big decisions.
Amazing Things Will Happen hits shelves in Italy.
Announcing my departure from YSN and on to new adventures.
A quick review of the new book Show Your Work and then backing it up with showing some of my own.