Six years ago this past Friday I sold my very first item online for Compete Every Day. What a ride. I’d almost forgotten our anniversary until Friday night when a Facebook memory showed up in my feed, reminding me of
Don’t let where you have to start stop you from where you are called to go. This was taken at the Big D Marathon during my very first year building Compete Every Day. I had a backdrop and shirts folded on
Neither is life. And that’s why I love them both. I felt it fitting that today, Super Bowl Sunday, should be the today I break the news. The game of football isn’t fair. Yes, the field is the same width
Seth Godin just posted about the circus. “The circus doesn’t wait to be called. They show up. They show up and sell tickets.” In other words, they don’t wait for the invitation. They don’t hesitate or look for permission. They
Every blog article & social media post you see in regards to success all claim to have the “one magic formula” to transform you from tired goal-setter to successful goal-crusher. Each one subscribes to a different methodology. It’s quite easy
I grew up with the idea that there existed a “right time.” And that time was never “right now.”
The following piece is a blog post I contributed to the University of Dallas alumni network on entrepreneurship & advice for future industry-changers. “What did I get myself into?”Those are the words that consistently ran through my mind for the first
I’m a third generation entrepreneur. My grandfather had a construction company and even after retirement still works from time to time on projects. My dad built a chain of 13+ convenience stores around the greater east Texas area before retiring.
The …so how did you get started with Compete Every Day“ question is one I’m asked quite often. I wish I could share a life-changing story where I was in the darkest of holes and climbed out with this new-found mindset.