I find it helpful and insightful to get other peoples experience at different companies. It can give an inside look at how the company treats its employees and what type of environment it fosters for its day-to-day work life.Read More
When you don’t live close to a major league baseball stadium, it can be expensive and time consuming to see major league players live. Sometimes the best you can do is to see a minor league game with highly touted prospects and witness the potential of stardom.Read More
Lots to update you on. Lots to hear. Lots to celebrate.Read More
We decided to hit the road all of 5 miles to stay at the Kimpton Cardinal Hotel for the weekend. We knew it was a nice place yet we were still surprised at how great our stay was.Read More
Any action you take on your goals will immediately propel your chances of success skyward. Inaction ensures mediocrity.
All eggs in many baskets. This includes your proficiencies and skills. What are you good at that could serve your income?
A coworker said this to me one day and it has changed my life. How often do we avoid trying something new? How often do we skip the learning?
2017 has been a nice ride so far. I’ve been keeping track of my goals and as we surpass the first quarter and approach the half way point, I thought I would share four lessons I’ve learned.
I touch on career goals with video production, savings obstacles with money, and the challenges of productivity and how I’ve learned to combat them.
Don't confuse what you want with what you need and vice versa.
Failure is an opportunity to learn.Read More
When you’re 18 you don’t know much. I don’t hold that against myself, but I hope I could help current 18 year-olds with 29 pieces of advice and tips I would give to my younger, much more ignorant, 18 year-old self. These tips are geared towards career, finances, money, skills, lifestyle, habits and choices.Read More
We had the privilege of spending some time in Atlanta Georgia for a weekend. Tim Hall and Dustin Gooch were kind enough to show us around Ponce City Market, a fantastic rehabbed Sears warehouse building used for apartments and retail stores.Read More
I discuss the whirlwind of the few days in Atlanta and discuss what it means for us moving forward.Read More
I hope you guys have enjoyed the Disney Vlog series! This is the last entry from this location, but you can expect more vacation and destination vlogs in the future from various other locations!Read More
The time finally came for us to show our film Born River Bye to the Atlanta Film Festival audience. We were thrilled to find that the show had been SOLD OUT. 150 people witnessed the film and asked questions to director Tim Hall, Director of Photography Saul McSween, Lead Actor Dustin Gooch, and Lead Actress Ashley Heath. This creative team made a fantastic film that I was proud to be a part of.Read More
n Day six of our Walt Disney World adventure we find ourselves having a resort day! No parks! We went to Disney Springs for shopping and food. Lovely since it's been renovated!
After the springs we went to the California Grill where we had one of the best dinners of our lives. Literally. The food and dining experience were top notch and we couldn't ask for more in our servers and chefs. Try the sushi!
Our good friend, Joe, came to town! We wanted to show him a nice night so we took him to a couple of hot spots for Winston Salem, NC. We dined at Jeffrey Adams restaurant for dinner and had gone to the Cardinal Hotel's Katherine's Bistro for drinks and desserts.Read More
While still recovering from the day before, Mackenzie and I decided to make the first half of our day resort hopping only. We hit the Polynesian for some coffee then hit the monorail to get to the grand floridian. Mackenzie perused the bath shop and I took some time lapses.Read More
We probably over did ourselves on this one, I think mackenzie said we did over 20k in steps that day. In any case, lots of fun to be had!Read More
I got caught in the rain on a business trip to Raleigh/Durham. I had some time to spare so I thought I would talk out my progress and what lies ahead.Read More