Is it possible to swim with the sharks and retain your integrity, preserve your relationships and not lose your soul? Not only is it possible, it’s necessary if you want to live a vibrant, rich and fulfilling life.
Making a Difference
Take a stand. Raise your voice. Make a mark in the world.Read articles
Work is Art
The world desperately needs your creativity and genius in the workplace.Read articles
Discover purpose and meaning in your work right now.Read articles
Lead with connection, courage, and whole hearted humanity.Read articles
Living well requires paying attention to our relationships, physical health, and piritual health. It requires courage, struggle, and intentionality. The payoff is rewarding beyond measure.
Two words inspired by a love my curious exploration - Keep going.Read articles
What gets watered grows. Learn to water your relationships well.Read articles
The Art of Living
Live well in the life you're in right now.Read articles
Living on Purpose
Stories of courage, love, and humanity. Be inspired to live yours well.Read articles
A truly rich and beautiful life involves a lot of play. Play amidst life’s difficulties, small margins of time and life’s obligations. The world is too big, too wild, and too mysterious to stay indoors.
Finding the extraordinary in the every day. Adventure surrounds you.Read articles
This world is epic. Your life and the adventures you live should be epic too.Read articles
Release your grip on perfectionism, safety, and fear.Read articles
The wind in your hair, the sun on your face, and the ground beneath your feet. We were made for the outdoors.Read articles
Go Sleep On a Hill
Adventure comes in any size. Make it-the smaller, the better. One mini-adventure that I’ve practiced is to sleep on a hill, any hill. That’s right, leave your house and find […]Read More
How Do You Define Adventure?
Years ago, sea kayaking in Scotland, I asked our guide, Tony Hammock, “How do you define adventure?” His first response was laughter, “I’m not sure I’ve ever bothered.” A perfect […]Read More
The Books That I’m Ingesting This Year
This morning, feeling the crispness of autumn breeze through my window, I started to see a loose form, a blurry but distinct outline. My stack of books starts animating in […]Read More
Trip Report: The Pfiffner Traverse High Route
I recently completed another mountain project, The Pfiffner Traverse. It’s history is steeped in multiple pioneers like world-class mountaineer Gerry Roach, and most recently, Andrew Skurka dusted off Gerry’s original […]Read More