A Deafening Amount of Passion in… Minot, ND?!?

Lesson 1:  Buy earplugs prior going to a rock concert…  Seriously, my ears are still ringing as I’m typing this. Ok… Got that out of the way… As many of you already know, I travel a great deal for work.  I get to visit everywhere from large metropolitan cities to tiny little towns in the…

5 Reasons Why Getting Hired Today is Different than Yesterday

“Southworth Business Paper, 32lb, 100% Cotton, 8 1/2″x11″ That was the type of paper that was, and sometimes still is, the most recommended to print your résumé on for business professionals.  But, how often are you going to actually print your résumé these days?  Times have changed and so have the desired standards of hiring…

“Our Brotherhood is Etched in Stone”

Yesterday marked the beginning of this year’s Memorial Day Weekend, a holiday cherished by many and held sacred to few.  The few being the brothers and loved ones of those that were lost in combat.  I hold this day very close to my heart as we not only remember the brothers that were lost on…

Never Fight Fair

During my service in the military, I developed a passion for hand-to-hand combat.  I immersed myself in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Krav Maga; so much so, that I was training about four to five days a week.  Ritually saying Bruce Lee quotes to myself and watching Jason Statham movies over-and-over again; I dreamed of becoming…

Finding Your Paceman

Have you ever participated in a distance race?  Whether it was a 5K or a full marathon, it’s common to pick someone else around you to either keep up with or pass during the race. This is called a “paceman”. You could choose the same person the entire race, or you can change people as…