Written By: Kryzia
When you're in high school, you think the friends you have then are the friends you have forever. Fortunately, I still have some of those friends in my life today, but there are quite a few who haven't stood the test of time. The cyclical nature of life has a way of doing that. Eventually, you grow up and you stop to ask yourself, "Where did everyone go?" Then you bump into old friends or acquaintances, or meet new people, and you find yourself in a whirlwind of thoughts and emotions that make you question: Should I have _____? Or would I rather be a b*tch, a snob, or a coward?
written by: Andrel
The turning of the calendar to a new year brings with it one of the greatest blessings: an opportunity for change, improvement, and growth. However, I’ve found that without careful discipline and planning it has the tendency to quickly turn into a “field of broken dreams”. To set the tone for the year and to dramatically boost accountability, there are two processes Kryzia and I have implemented over the years to help keep us on track: Annual Game-planning and Quarterly Check-Ins. At face value I recognize how bland and “corporate” this sounds, but out of all of the different things we have done together, this piece has been instrumental in helping us to take thoughtful, objective looks in the mirror throughout the year.