This page offers a sampling of my work, and it's not all Peace, Love, and Persistence stuff.
I've been speaking about a range of topics since I was 7 years old, so the insights offered here are a bit more diversified than you might expect.
Hopefully, you will find something of value in the wisdom offered below.
Enjoy, and May Peace, Love, and Persistence Be the Principles You Live Your Life By!
"Motivational Monday" 2009 and 2010, National Society of Leadership and Success
• Ignite Your Movement 2015 – Sharing Personal Story of Entrepreneurship
• Warrior Protocol | The Crucible – Healthy Relationships for Today's Husband-Warrior
• Fun Loving Couples | Live Event 1 – Communicating for Intimacy!
Student Success Workshop
Pima Community College - PASS Program
Emotional Echos, Professional Speakers' Training
We are ALL on the path towards Love; whether that's self-love, romantic love, or secular love — we are searching to deepen our connections.
This blog is an honest account of my efforts to deepen my understanding and experience of love, define what love is, and teach others how to attain, maintain, and share it.
Please dig in and let the enlightenment begin. [wink]
When I experience a flash of wisdom or insight, I record my understanding, meditate on it, then attempt to share it with anyone and everyone whom it might be relevant for or, otherwise, benefit.
These are a collection of my epiphanies and original quotes.
May They Be of Benefit to You!
Ask Questions, Get Answers
— if I can —
These questions offer an opportunity to explore new perspectives on subjects you might have been wrestling with.
As noted above, these are an exploration into new ways to look at, or understand, difficult and confusing situations.
Topics will vary, as this section grows; however, the majority of questions surround relationships, communication, and parenting right now.
Defend Yourself was an article written for the Muscular Dystrophy Association's nationally syndicated, quarterly magazine in 1999.
The article is no longer stored in their online archives, so scanned images of the story are provided here for those interested in reading it.
In 2010, I co-authored a book on success strategies with 19 other motivational speakers.
The following is an excerpt from my chapter called, The "Get to" vs. "Got to" Principle.
(maybe link to store instead, with excerpt there)