Kingdom Stories – Both Local & Abroad

One way conversations don't breed relationship. Reciprocal relationships instills value in both parties. The opposite of a reciprocal relationship would be a transactional one...which we all know isn't really a relationship at all.

How to Build a Platform…No Really, How Does One Do That?

Wait. So you're saying I have some skills around writing. The book was good, or readable rather. But your next step isn't to get it polished up for editing. And instead, I should spent the next six months creating or building a platform that could create momentum around the kind of stories I'm seeking to tell?

My Interview With A 3rd Grade Classroom

"There is only one thing that makes a dream impossible to achieve: the fear of failure." - Paulo Coelho

Chapter 34 – Wild Goose Chase

After 43 hours of travel, we’re dropped off on the side of the road at 3am. No idea where in Thanh Hoa we are.

Chapter 19 – You Don’t Know, What You Don’t Know

Even though affirmation was the root of my performance, neediness, and seeking the approval of my peers - no one had ever called me out on it. Even if I knew it somewhere deep inside me, I’d never named it before…at least not that bluntly.

Chapter 18 – A is for Affirmation. C is for Cancer. P is for Performance.

I got good at being on stage. At some point I loved it. At others, I hated it. It some ways affirmation, or being the center of attention, was another drug in system. One I knew how to administer myself.

“11 – A World Race Story” (My Synopsis)

Now…I don’t know that there’s an exact formula or recipe to this thing – but definitely some key ingredients to move us along in the process. Here’s what I do know. The best stories are ones of transformation. I once was – I now am. I once thought – I now believe.

How Dreams & Risk Work Together

"The funny thing about actually living your dream and not dreaming your dream, is that living it doesn’t look much like a dream. In fact, it’s pretty much just like real life except it’s less safe and it’s more work. To do your “dream” you have to do some pretty non-dreamy things."