Joe Burrow – The Confident Underdog

Joe Burrow was always supposed to be a star, but it almost didn’t happen. As a high school football player in Ohio, Joe won the state player of the year in 2014 and participated in the High School All-America game for the best high school players in the country. He was a touted recruit and … More Joe Burrow – The Confident Underdog

Career Tips to Succeed and Advance Your Career

How are you going to kick ass in corporate America?  It begins with these steps; be confident, be prepared, and be ready to learn quickly.  Acting timid and overwhelmed makes you look weak. We do not want to look like weak little bitches. The most confident, prepared, and curious standout from their peers. Regardless of … More Career Tips to Succeed and Advance Your Career

5 Good Spending Habits, and 3 bad ones (Financial Literacy Series)

Most people’s spending habits suck! Why do they suck? Well, because spending is an emotional venture. Choosing to buy or not buy is reflective of what you want others to think of you. Frugal people justify saving, frivolous people justify spending, but it’s always based on personal beliefs about money. Financial literacy about understanding financial concepts, … More 5 Good Spending Habits, and 3 bad ones (Financial Literacy Series)

Monday Motivation – Control What You Can Control, and Call on the Universe for the Rest

Everyday is a chance for you to succeed. Mondays are an opportunity for people to set expectations for the week and implement tweaks to strategies that didn’t work last week. Controlling items in your scope is the way you contribute to personal success. Once you start executing on the pieces of your life you control, … More Monday Motivation – Control What You Can Control, and Call on the Universe for the Rest