Things We’re Still Figuring Out

Earlier this year, my business parter Bryant and I had the opportunity to speak to a few groups in Colorado Springs and Denver on the topic of the Things We’re Still Figuring Out. These conversations allowed us to share a little about our experiences in just over two years of business under…

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Triggers

Thinking back to high school, I remember the first time my friends and I really dove into alcohol. We were juniors: old enough to get around on our own but definitely not out of the parental nest just yet. For that matter, we weren’t even the kings of our own…

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Authoring Your Next Moment

I have come to believe a few key things about circumstance and relationship over the years, whether those beliefs surround partnerships, friendships, or even the day to day stuff.

One of the most beneficial books I continue to pull from the shelf on the topics surrounding general fulfillment as well as partnership…

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Annual Review, 2014

Annual Review, 2014

An annual review is one of those things that takes weeks to think about and days to poke around at to get right. It’s recalibrating the engine; a time capsule of (sometimes very personal) information that allows us to reflect diligently. It is a document that becomes stamped in time…

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Death Cab for Cutie, Tiny Vessels

Death Cab for Cutie, Tiny Vessels

When I was in college I met a young woman in one of my last prerequisite classes; one of her first as a recent transfer. She was short and slight; complete with sharp features, intriguing eyes, and a wardrobe fit for any hipster-themed party. I could tell she was unhappy at…

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Leathery Man

I’m sitting inside a tire shop while fresh winter tires are being put on my vehicle. It’s been over an hour and I haven’t seen my vehicle move from the place I parked it, despite making an appointment ahead of time—weeks ahead in fact—but it would appear my work order…

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The Big Rocks

There’s a simple story by the late Stephen Covey that talks about rocks. All kinds of rocks, from the big ones to the small ones to the fine grains of sand that perhaps were once larger rocks, too.

During the tale, Covey explains the idea through the lens of a…

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Breaking The Heart Open

To be pushed and pulled—taken under the surf just long enough to appreciate what’s good in this life—is the only constant pitter-patter we all face.

It’s moved along by time and more commonly known as changeTaking it for granted is all too easy. Acquaintances, friends, loved ones. We try our best to…

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Clearing The Decks

Sometimes life is so busy you feel like you’re grasping for straws and nothing comes to completion in a satisfactory way. You begin one thing and are sidetracked by three more things. Respond to two things and four more inquiries land on your doorstep.

When it rains it pours, they’ll…

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A Forest Room

I remember the conversation vividly. A couple drinks, early fall but not too chilly to be uncomfortable. The sun was down at a local hip spot. Think: hipsters and colored mood lights in full force.

She was curious but guarded, not at a place to entirely buy-in to what I…

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