Celebrating 4 Years of Inspirational Perspective

  It’s hard to believe that 4 years ago, on a 4th of July afternoon, I sat in my home office, nervously sweating as I published the first post on a brand new blog called Inspirational Perspective. To celebrate this 4 year milestone, I wanted to share 4 new and exciting changes that are coming Read More

7 Ways The World Is At Your Fingertips. Now What?

  It’s 2015 and we are only fourteen years into the 21st Century. We are alive and well in a new era that brings with it so much opportunity. We are all pioneers at the forefront of a technological frontier and the possibilities are endless. Yet, so many of us are stuck, in this new era, living Read More

5 Ways to Successfully Manage Your Media

  More data has been produced in the last two years than all of the data produced throughout our documented history. I know that’s hard to believe, but when you consider that we are all living during the Information Age, I suppose that it makes what I just shared a bit more digestible. Just think Read More

3 Ways To Download SUCCESS Into Your Life

Success doesn’t just happen, it takes intention and work. The human brain operates just like a computer. Very similar to the way we download apps onto our smartphones, we also download the inputs by which our brain will determine our thoughts, moods and emotions. Here are three ways you can begin downloading success into your life Read More

Top 10 Observations of 2013

  1. Cancer Deaths Decline I believe I can boldly state that anyone who reads these words has lost someone to the devastating disease of cancer. That is why I’m starting with this topic for my list of 2013 observations. In a recent report, Dr. Otis Brawley, chief medical officer for the American Cancer Society, Read More

37 things that MOTIVATED and INSPIRED me on my 37th birthday!

  I’m often asked about the process I use to choose topics for each week’s blog. My answer has always been the same; I just look for the inspiring and teachable point of view in everything I’m given the opportunity to experience and see. This week’s thought is a quick glance into the lens I Read More

4 Million Dollars, for 30 seconds.

  This upcoming Sunday is Super Bowl Sunday in America. This football game will be the most popular sporting event of the year. Family and friends who haven’t watched one game of football this season will come together to watch the gladiators of our century, battle on grass and dirt, for a championship that will Read More

Disconnected in a connected world!

  This is an amazing time to be alive. Technological advancements in the last 100 years make our lives so much easier and efficient to lead, than the lives of our great-grandparents. We can travel faster, communicate real-time no matter the distance and even access information almost instantaneously. Many of us carry our technologies with us Read More

Top 10 Observations of 2012

  1. Sports is the Great Unifier: In a year filled with great debate, due to the election, which arguably is the one the most competitive, tactical sparing sports we will ever behold, I witnessed quite a few spirited discussions at the dinner table with friends who had opposing political views. Facebook news feeds were Read More

The reason we all should care…

In today’s very connected world, great service is more important than ever. It’s crucial to our livelihoods and the organizations we have the opportunity to represent. I say this because I’m about to send this note to American Airlines due to the very poor service I’m receiving at this moment 30,000 feet in the air Read More