My wife Kelly and I have three kids, Addison (14), Will (12) and Kate (10). As any good father would say, “they are amazing children.”
When we first had our kids and started subsequent businesses and ventures we discussed our priorities and shared our dreams on how to be intentional with our kids so they would know what we do and who we are. This was influenced by spending time with outstanding leaders like David Patillo in Atlanta and Lance Humphreys in OKC.
From these inspirational times we agreed to create intentional times with our kids around key ages. For instance…
You may not realize it but your summer will have a theme, whether you choose it or not. If you aren’t intentional about it, your summer theme might just be… • The Summer of Chilling Out and Waiting for the Fall. • The Summer of Unintentional Action and Tasks. • The Summer of Nothing Really. • The Summer of…of… I [...]
When I wrote Leadership Is Dead: How Influence is Reviving It, I was looking for positive examples of people who have overcome their own self-preservation and made their leadership come alive. Chris Carneal of Booster (Boosterthon Fun Run) is one shining example of that. Watch this video where Chris and I talk about intentional leadership, taking initiative, being proactive, being [...]
Many people struggle with this one. The phrase “Give Yourself Away” is sometimes hard to grasp since most of us think of money or possessions when we think of giving something away. But this post is about more than that. It’s about the true essence of being a leader by sharing what you have been so fortunate to receive. You [...]
I’d like to invite you and those you know to join me on Thursday, May 5 for a leadership teleseminar event. It’s free of charge and open to all. You have the option participate LIVE via phone or listen in online. Details are below. I hope you can make it! – Jeremie Make Your Leadership Come Alive! Teleseminar with Jeremie [...]
Can you remember your favorite adventure or trip you have taken? What did you do? What did you experience? I have found that the big experiences are laced with little experiences. In fact, I believe in the power of little things. Little things combine to become something big. When my children turn 10 years old I take them on a [...]