Maestro Musings

How to Handle Business Overwhelm

Friday, July 30th, 2021

Sitting here with my Strong Coffee, watching the sun rise, and it’s safe to say that beach volleyball has officially turned me into a morning person. Funny how that works out. I do believe that that there are absolutely enough hours in the day, you’ve just got to be smart about how you spend them, […]

How to End Sleazy Sales Tactics

Tuesday, March 23rd, 2021

As I dive deeper into the world of marketing and online biz, I continue to come back to the same thought: Traditional approaches to business/marketing/advertising prey on the insecurities of the individual and remove autonomy from the consumer. Fuck that. People buy shit they don’t need and sign up for things they’re not ready for […]

Five thoughts I have about Ikigai

Friday, January 1st, 2021

Can your passion, your purpose, and your profession be the same thing? Let’s chat Ikigai. For those of you who are new to the concept, Ikigai (pronounced ee-key-guy, or so says the interwebs) is a Japanese concept that means ‘A reason for being’, and the accompanying diagram presents an incredible amount of food for thought. […]

My Best Instagram Post Ever

Wednesday, December 9th, 2020

I put up a post on Instagram and while it didn’t receive any awards or anything, I personally believe it’s the best post I’ve ever done. If you follow me on the ‘Gram and already saw it, I’m going to graciously ask for another few moments of your attention before you close this email. If […]

A Better Way to Schedule Your Time

Thursday, September 3rd, 2020

First off, HUGE props to you if you’re doing anything distance learning/back to school/kids on a new schedule related. You are far braver than me. I wanted to share something that came up in a book I’m reading. For those of you who’d rather hear about it than read about it, feel free to check […]


Thursday, March 5th, 2020

Coronavirus I just got back from Miami, and while flying there last week I had the great honor of sitting next to a sick, pregnant woman. I spent the majority of the flight praying that if I had to contract anything, it would be the less permanent of the two afflictions. Then, on my flight […]

“Because people like it.”

Friday, February 21st, 2020

“Because people like it.” is not a good enough reason to do something. Most of the folks I speak to who say this are referring to some component of their business. Something that takes their time, and energy, and that they are creating from nothing. Perhaps it’s a blog, or a podcast, or social media […]

Just Keep Swimming

Friday, February 7th, 2020

Writing today because something has been on my mind for a bit, and it seems like whenever I’m feeling some kinda way about something, many of you seem to be feeling the same kinda way about the same kinda thing. So what’s been on my mind? Relentless pursuit of, and endless commitment to, your dreams. […]

Anything, Anyone, Anytime

Monday, January 27th, 2020

Kobe’s untimely passing is clearly hitting people quite hard, and while I don’t want to come off like a robot that is devoid of feelings, I can’t tell you guys to show up authentically and then not do the same myself. So, here we go: Things are super fresh so it’s to be expected that […]

Leaving the Business of Convincing

Thursday, December 12th, 2019

We’re going to chat about something that’s made me infinitely happier, and hopefully, it’ll do the same for you — It’s time to leave the business of convincing. Do people change? Only if they want to, and even then I think it’s more of an evolution than a radical change. To that end, why the […]

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