A Little Daily Inspiration: Jenny McIver, Round the World in 30 Days

I spent this past Sunday evening planning my ‘Round The World’ trip on Star Alliance. Please note that I did not purchase my ticket, I only planned. On my itinerary? Santorini, Johannesburg, Addis Ababa, Barcelona, Florence and on. So, what contributed to my sudden urge to indulge in my wanderlust? Jenny McIver and her travel […]

A Little Daily Inspiration: Nikki Goddard, Co-Owner of The Barrel Room SF

  Step 1: Figure out what you want to do. Step 2: Do that thing. Simple, right? Not quite. Thankfully, Nikki Goddard had the first step covered. Wine was her thing. Next was figuring out how to create a profession she loved. Like many of us, she started on the ground floor, soaking in as […]

A Little Daily Inspiration: Freelance Lifestyle Writer, Amber Wilson of “Wilson’s Where To Guide”

; One beauty of technology is that you don’t have to wait to be hired, or for a large sum of money, to publish your work. If you want to be a director, start making shorts and distributing online via YouTube or Vimeo. If you’re a musician, your mixtape can be readily available for online […]

A Little Daily Inspiration: Justin Forsett, Wale Forrester, Wendell Hunter and ShowerPill

  Recently, I read a New York Times Op Ed article, which discussed how student athletes were, often, less deserving of their college admission. As a former college athlete, I was enraged. So much so that I wrote a response. It was a long rant about the amazing capabilities of athletes, especially considering that, in […]

A Little Daily Inspiration: Courtney Martin, Author/Speaker/Blogger

  All things in life seem to come full circle, now, Thankful For a Million has done the same. Monday, I was thankful to feature an interview with Scott Gerber on entrepreneurism. Wednesday, I was fortunate enough to share an interview with Dyllan McGee, the Executive Producer of MAKERS: The Women Who Make America. And, […]

A Little Daily Inspiration: Scott Gerber, YEC and #FixYoungAmerica

Since 2008, I’ve heard endless complaints about the lack of jobs. Friends were disappointed to enter a less than stellar job market. Some even had to move home to form what is now known as a shadow household, a home where adult children have reintegrated. Parents were frustrated to see their kids come home and […]