Work Can Wait

Work Can Wait

For me, summer was a time to step back and examine where I want to take life. I suspect that amidst so much change and uncertainty you can relate. One of the lessons I learned is that I need to live in line with my values. Here’s what happened two weeks...

Your Family Deserves the Best Version of You

When I pull into my driveway after work, my eyes rest on the ribbons hanging from my rear-view mirror. This is my personal car wash. This is my reminder to clear any negative energy that I may have picked up throughout the day. This is my reminder to give my family...

I Value My Son More Than Work

The book Born Resilient was released in December, and the cover featured our 6-year-old son, Malcolm. Ironically, 7 months later he was forced to put his own resilient nature to the test. In June, my wife and I discovered a large mass in Malcolm’s stomach. The...

Giving Credit Where Credit is Due

Over the past two weeks some nasty flu’s have ripped through our home. While I slept downstairs to avoid the mayhem, my wife, Tanya, was on the front lines. The entire time I was on the road speaking she stayed by the kids sides night after night. Never...

Taking Time for What You Value

A father returned home from a long day at work, and was greeted by his 7-year-old daughter at the door. She looked up at him with her big brown eyes and asked, “Can I have $5 please daddy?” The father was annoyed by the fact that he had just gotten home,...

“What’s stronger than a broken man who has the courage to rebuild himself? It’s time to redefine what it means to be strong.”

- Allan Kehler