The Endgame

The “endgame.” It’s the only game to play, it’s the only game that matters, and, to be serious, it is the only game that exists. Very few people play for the end game. Most people only play for the here and now. They play for the instant gratification, they make choices and decisions based on how fast they will see results. …

The Cost

Most people don’t think about the cost of doing nothing, or the cost of indecision. Indecision is worse than a bad decision. You can learn from a bad decision. You can grow from failure. You can turn a loss into a win, but you can never succeed from indecision. Indecision is a sea of “what ifs”: What if we market this …

Founded

Our world today is a world of instant gratification. Everything we need we can get easily and quickly. We no longer grow our own food, build our houses, or walk long distances to get somewhere. Most of the upcoming generation and even parts of my generation have a problem with time. The time it takes to build something. The time it …

Lost in the Fog

Take a moment and picture yourself driving a car full of friends. You are headed to a cabin in a remote location to have an awesome vacation. Everyone knows where the cabin is located, but no one knows exactly how to get there. Everyone has decided to “just wing it and we will eventually get there.” Everyone’s enjoying the ride and watching …