When a little girl falls 30 feet down a hollow tree and lives to tell about it, you listen.
In 2012 when Nike ran their Find Your Greatness campaign I could not have been a bigger fan. As an athletic person with northwest roots, who has spent a great deal of my youth and adult life in the hometown of Prefontaine, to say that I already had an affinity for Nike is an understatement. This campaign just took me to a whole new level. The commercials featured children pushing themselves to the max of their emotional and physical limitations; challenging the viewer to do the same. With each ad I found myself cheering the kids on, wanting give them a fist bump, a gold star or a medal for their efforts. Four years later I still use this concept as a challenge to myself and others to strive for greatness. Continue reading “Finding Your Greatness: Gold Star Standard of Success”
Set your life on fire.
Seek those who fan your flames.
I can’t lie…
Moving halfway across the country, finding a new job, working only part time, trying to find new friends, and having minimal funds wrecks havoc on your confidence and motivation. Continue reading “Finding Motivation”