Have You Ever Gone Ollin?

No, I didn’t spell that incorrectly. Pronounced ALL-in, it is an expression of immense depth that conveys intense and immediate movement. Stemming from the ancient Nahuatl language, Ollin is derived from “yollotl,”meaning heart, and “yolistli,” meaning life. Ollin means to move and act now with all your heart (Taken from Kevin Hall’s book Aspire). Take…

Purpose, Not Passion

What are you passionate about? What would you do if money were not an issue? Where does your passion lie? These are all questions that some “life-coaches,” and guru’s will ask you to answer. However; is it possible that we should not be following our passion, and different entirely? How about exploring what our purpose…

How Much Do You Know? Who Cares!

It is what you do with what you know that matters. Knowledge alone is not power, knowledge is only potential power. Knowledge alongside correct action is power. Implementation (mastery) versus information overload is how you will reap rewards. #LiveFree I am currently listening and riding around with the audio version of the Seven Habits of…

How to Master Your “Inner Game”

I like to think one of my talents God provided me with is the ability to see trends. Trends that come from many different sources but are ultimately teaching the same concepts. For example, I will be reading a book and studying one of the concepts, then I will be listening to an audio in…

What Do You Want? It’s Out There For The Taking.

Forty-eight hours. Two Days. What could happen? What could have happened? What did you make happen? Forty-eight hours doesn’t seem like a very long time, right? I thought the same thing, until last Thursday and Friday. My perspective has changed drastically. I want to share with you a few of the scenarios that have been…

Your Thoughts are Determining Your Future!

It is finals week on campus which means almost every student is cramming their brains with information to make the grades they have aspired to achieve. OR, they could be like me: a finals week veteran. I learned early on in my academia career that it was much easier to work hard throughout the semester…