The Why (and How) We Travelled to Haiti With Our Two Young Boys

The Why (and How) We Travelled to Haiti With Our Two Young Boys

Every December, Dan and I sit down during our quarterly couples retreat to review our travel schedule for the upcoming year. 2018 was proving to be a busy year, especially since we themed it the year of adventure.

And an adventure it’s been so far!

Haiti came up in a discussion on a couple of occasions, and it always set with me as one of those curious adventures. I wondered why this trip, why now and why with my family?

The Art of Mindfulness for Entrepreneurs

The Art of Mindfulness for Entrepreneurs

I have studied over 100 entrepreneur families, read tons of books and studies, listened to hundreds of interviews and podcasts, spoke with experts across numerous fields like psychologists, child psychologists, nutritionist, sex therapists, professional athletes, world-class coaches, and many more to get the answer to one big question:  “what is the biggest pain point in managing a business and managing a family?”

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The #1 Relationship Killer of a 'Healthy' Partnership

The #1 Relationship Killer of a 'Healthy' Partnership

We try to create our lives around what makes us happy, but fail to question the pains we are ok living with. Of course, we all want a perfect marriage, behaved children, a booming business, and an impressive house, but everything (e-v-e-r-y-t-h-i-n-g) comes with a compromise, an investment and some pain to achieve it. However, when it comes to marriage or relationships, we often tend to neglect that same investment because we get too comfortable; we settle. We don’t think that our relationships should be painful, but they all do come with some trade-off. We may grumble and ‘nag,’ huff and puff about the quirks and annoyances of our partner, but if they are genuinely a good person, then these are the things we must accept. It’s the ‘pain you must sustain' to have a happy marriage or partnership.