So we did it! We took our kids to Disney World!
After all, we put all this effort into work, we need to enjoy our time with our kids as well and what better place than the happiest place on Earth?
Now maybe some of you are Disney experts and this post may just serve as some light-hearted humor for you. For the rest of you, if you’re thinking of taking your kids to Disney, I hope you can learn from our experience. Continue reading
If you like our Facebook page, then you know I recently had the privilege of being interviewed by Kevin Miller of Free Agent Uprising. Periodically, he interviews free agents about how they made their first dollar and he asked me to share my story. It was a lot of fun and now that the show is posted I wanted to share the interview with you too.
A big thank you to Kevin for inviting me on the show!
You can listen to the interview on the Free Agent Uprising site or you can get the show on iTunes (show # 267).
A few weeks ago, I posted this statement to my Facebook page and got quite a response:
“If you want to be a Naptime CEO, you cannot simply accept the world’s definition of success, you need to create your own definition of success.”
(btw, if you haven’t already liked my page over there, check it out and consider joining us.)
All to often, people who want to start a business are afraid to because they think they might fail. What they forget is failure is based on your definition of success.
Let me illustrate… Continue reading
Lately, I’ve been hearing a lot about bullying. Most prominently was the news story about the football coach who suspended his entire team because they were cyber-bullying another student. Even my own kids were learning about bullying and making pledges to not bully at school. It got me thinking about some of the negative comments I’ve received to blog posts and videos I have posted.
Anytime you put yourself out there, it seems someone feels they can bash you. For me, this is really hard! I was raised to always look for the positive and if I didn’t have anything nice to say, to not say anything at all. Didn’t these people have parents that taught them the same? Continue reading