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SOMA Money Talk

October 4, 20130 Comments

A few weeks ago I was invited to speak at Neighborhood Church’s SOMA community. I had a great time sharing about what God has been doing in my life as it relates to how I use the money He entrusts to me. I was able to post the talk in it’s entirety. Check out the […]

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Feeding of the 4752

October 3, 20121 Comment

Serving is a funny thing. Often we choose benevolence out of duty or guilt, or because the pressing needs of others just seems so overwhelming. I’ve traveled the world driven by those motivators. Guilt and duty took me as far away as Spain and Argentina and Mexico. In 1996 while sitting on a concrete floor […]

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Walt Danley: Real Estate Royalty Next Door

September 25, 20121 Comment

I’ve referred to my mentor Gerry Engle in previous blog posts. At the ripe-young age of 26 Gerry was already the Vice President of operations for Copper Mountain Ski Resort. He went on to become one of Colorado’s most prolific real estate developers, breathing life into stunning communities like Cordillera and Catamount in Colorado and […]

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What Are You Waiting For?

September 24, 20121 Comment

What is preventing you from doing something great today? “Everything can be taken from a man or a woman but one thing: the last of human freedoms to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.” Viktor E. Frankl

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88 Seconds of Inspiration

September 20, 20121 Comment

Forgive dear readers, I know it’s not Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday. It’s just that this 88 seconds of inspiration was just too good to pass up. Maybe my friend Steve Jobs will give you the kick-in-the pants you need today just like he did to me yesterday and the day before that. “…You need a […]

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I want to be Fat

September 19, 20122 Comments

I eat low carb. I’ve tried eating low carb and then not eating low carb and then eating low carb again. As you can imagine, my yo-yo like existence resulted in crazy weight swings and a less than stable mental condition. So now I just eat low carb. I like Round Table Pizza. I like […]

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Lighthearted Property Investment Advice for the First Time Homebuyer

September 18, 201210 Comments

I got my first real estate license 16 years ago when I was 20 years old. Real Estate is an absolutely amazing industry. The “cost of entry” is next to nothing and the possibilities for success are limited only to ones imagination, creativity, talent, work ethic, and perseverance. Almost on a daily basis I get […]

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When I go to the Waldorf Astoria at Walt Disney World…

September 17, 20121 Comment

Someday. Maybe? Monday! On Saturday afternoon my wife and I took a journey to a far off land – Hollister, California. For some readers, especially the many Justin Beiber hyper-obsessed 14 year old girls that are committed to reading my blog, the name Hollister conjures up images of “that” store in the mall where sunburnt-beach-bodied-surfboard-toting-too-cool-for-school-kids […]

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62 pounds less then where I started

September 12, 20126 Comments

If you read last Wednesday’s, My Dunk Day: The difference 14 years makes post, you’ll know that I’ve been in a full-on classic Western bar brawl with my weight for the past 15 years. I have a goal. I have it written down and I’ve come within 32 pounds of reaching it. That’s me standing […]

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204 months of car payments.

September 11, 20128 Comments

Last Tuesday morning when I introduced the blogosphere to, I shared some pretty gritty details about my life, my financial choices as well as some ways that I’m fighting to choose a more radical existence. After reading my first posts, a handful of friends asked me if it was embarrassing exposing my shortcomings to […]

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