As I look throughout my life I wish I had male role models step up to the plate and mentor me. My dad played both an active and passive role. However every other influential male in my life happened passively. I resorted to gaining mentors by observation and reading.
Because I did not want my teenage nephew Jaydin to experience this, I decided to write him a book.
It’s called NOTES TO MY NEPHEW. In it I shared as much proverbial wisdom as I could. It took me three years to write it. This summer I gave it to him as a birthday present.
If you are looking for wisdom for your son, your nephew, your neighbor, or yourself, this book is a great source to have. Get it here.
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So far for 2016 I have completed 25 books. That has been the most I ever done in any year of my life. Audiobooks have been a huge part of that.
Here is my list so far. Physical books are noted in parentheses.
As You Think
Ask Gary Vee
Between The World & Me
Experiencing God (physical book)
Gang Leader for a Day
Go For No
Leading Small Groups in the Way of Jesus (physical book)
Ready Player One
Sun Stand Still
The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao
The Fighter’s Mind
The Long Run
The Science of Getting Rich
The Ultra Mindset
Voice of a Prophet
Washington: A Life
Why Nations Fail
Because sometimes a man’s point of view is needed, I introduce to you the podcast: MY MALE BFF.
Although being a photographer and a physical trainer are both fun and rewarding, nothing lights me up more than working with actors on a production. Last night a friend of mine invited me to her play rehearsal so I can work with the cast members on their character development.
Real Talk. Real Vulnerability. Real Growth. This inspires me and refreshes me.