After college, I went off to serve our Country and my friends went to find jobs. When they woke up to apply for jobs, I’d already been at work for hours. Their alarms woke them up; my alarms sent me to cover battle stations. They made plans based on how they felt; I did as the schedule that was put out to me demanded. They couldn’t wait to leave their homes; I couldn’t wait to get back. When we both look back on our respective lives, they’ll like theirs, and I am DARN proud of mine. U.S. Army.
Our professional business experience of almost 20 years is birthed from helping large and small- sized companies, churches, school boards, athletes and more than 600 people. Often, I come across many individuals that seem to be successful from a financial perspective or a personal/spiritual life but yet seem to be drowning in their minds. These two sets of individuals share one thing in common; “the Empty Look”. “The Empty Look” is something that I see very often, and I cannot criticize those people because I know exactly how they are feeling, and I am no better. We are not attempting to re-package any self-help program or to guarantee you a “secret pill that will make it all go away.”