The profound experience of suffering and the struggles of watching others deal with cancer and heart issues have helped me to learn the way I should have been living all along.
I stopped learning, growing, healing, evolving and nurturing my inner child’s curiosity, to only stun my personal transformation.
Thank you for the hugs, laughs, smiles, bike rides through Stanley Park, cough drops in church, and cucumber sandwiches. Your memory will live on, and you will always be loved.
My character and work ethic need to be processed, not result-based. That can be exceptionally difficult to remember when everyone else is celebrating achievements.
We say and rightfully so that we lack leadership. The world has never needed courageous leadership more than ever.
My grandpa’s final message to a young Brian was to be a good human being. When we cheat the process of getting better, we cheat ourselves.
We should sincerely continue to remember and recognize the preciousness and urgency of this present moment. May we view our time today as an opportunity to discover our purpose, growth, and ways we can be of service to others as we get better and learn. Each of us can develop solutions to today’s hurdles that will be tomorrow’s opportunities.
Too often, leaders struggle to change how their teams and organizations act without adjusting how they think.
When we’re faced with a challenge, we have three choices. We can give up, we can give in, or we can give it all we have.