As election day draws near, I can't help but share a reflection on elections, from my time living in Asia. As many of you may recall, I lived in Hong Kong some 20+ years ago. During my time there I traveled constantly, visiting different countries and markets. One particular experience stands out to me so… Continue reading An Election Reflection
I met this woman the other day that was just amazing! Yes, she was kind and lovely and generous and had so many wonderful traits. However, what stood out to me was her passion. She competes in extreme obstacle course marathons all over the world, and is absolutely passionate about it! By the way, she… Continue reading What is your obstacle course?
I love the Fourth of July. Dare I say, it is one of my favorite holidays! Usually I write a little blog and I share stories of the small towns; the parades and fireworks that made Fourth of July so special for me as child. Not this year. This year, let me tell you about… Continue reading Reflections on the Fourth of July
I am so pleased to share that I will be one of the speakers for this new Catholic Conference - Smart Catholic. This on-line conference is free and is filled with many outstanding speakers offering smart, insightful messages to Catholic faithful. It runs this coming week-end from May 16 - May 18. My topic is… Continue reading Radiance from the Inside Out
These days given COVID-19 are certainly challenging for us all. As I listened and reflected on the words of Cardinal Dolan this week-end, it occurred to me that perhaps providing a few insights from my book Marketing God might be helpful to our churches, schools and ministries at a time like this. So, on this… Continue reading Marketing God: It Starts With Availability