The amount of information we can learn from one another is enormous. By sharing the struggles, fears, and ugly parts of our lives with other people, we realize that we’re not really alone in this huge, messy world.
Consider each aspect of your life as a specific room in your house.
For example, your relationship with your wife could be the living room, your relationship with your kids could be your dining room, your work-life could be the home-office.
When was the last time you took everything out of those rooms, gave them a deep clean and then rearranged the furniture?
When The Voice ended, I used some of the money I made to pay off all of my student debt from my first two years of college. The thought of taking on additional student debt brings a steady tear slowly down my left cheek accompanied by the sad music of a violinist.
What if we all sat down and had a cup of REAL coffee? No cream, no sugar, no opinions, no agendas just REAL coffee.
I am a singer/songwriter with 4 songs out. That’s almost one song per year, since I’ve officially accepted my position as a full time musician.
The act of saying thank you means more than just expressing gratitude. It tells your spouse, “I acknowledge what you did, I appreciate you, and I am grateful for your love and our marriage”.
Growing up, I was a chubby kid.
According to the world population clock, there are roughly 7.6 billion people living in the world and every single person is different. You are unique just because you exist.
About a year ago a guy reached out to me about wanting to surprise his Fiance by having me sing their first dance song at their wedding. He mentioned that the wedding would be in Puerto Rico, which is where they both were originally from.
I'd be lying to you if I didn't say I was a little nervous about making the trip.
1. I had never met the guy face-to-face
2. I had never been to Puerto Rico
I read through this story the other day and felt like I needed to share it with you. It's incredible how such a short story can be so powerful. After reading this for the first time, I was challenged with the question, "Chris, what is your end goal and what is your definition of success?"
Marvin Gaye released this song on May 21, 1971 and those lyrics that were written 46 years, 4 months, and 28 days ago still ring true.