I've been busier than ever and with that, (public) writing has taken an intentional backseat to some other more things related to growing Project Endure. This short blog is an off-the-cuff expansion of something that a recent podcast guest shared with me. I appreciate you taking the time to read and I hope it resonates....
This is me dumping everything between the ears into a blog (a journal of sorts) and I'm sharing it with the hope that it can encourage even just a single soul. Thanks for reading!
What if our life is like a piece of art - each mistake, movement and moment just an imperfect brushstroke on the canvas of our time?
This blog is a short reflection on what it means to be a coach. I'd love if you'd read.
One of the most important shifts that I've been striving to make is being more intentional with the words that I use and the promises that I make.
Life's been busier than ever and in the chaos I haven't published anything here for a few weeks. I promise that all is well and that I'm still here...
When you go off of the beaten path, most people (even those close to you) won't understand what you're doing, where you're going and why you're doing it (that's normal).
This past weekend, we held our second annual Project Endure event here in Philadelphia and it was a massive success that exceeded all expectations. It's going to take me a long time to process what's on my heart so for now you get this blog (and associated podcast reflection below).
It's from Tsh Oxenreider and it goes, “people are willing to be brave when they admit their smallness within the enormity of the world, and the best way to understand our smallness is to leave our comfort zones and start exploring, one foot in front of the other.”
This blog comes from a conversation with someone who’s had a massive impact on me for a long time. I hope it inspires you to embrace the art of becoming.