Living a Legacy as Dad

I am thankful for my father, in the many forms he has taken in my life over the years. As I reflect on our relationship, I think of my own relationship with my children, and now grand children as well. As we grow, our posture changes with those close to us. As we learn from … Continue reading Living a Legacy as Dad

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The ‘Boxing Week has got personality’ sale!

Boxing week has personality and so do you! Do you understand how your personality impacts those around you? Sign up this week for an MBTI session in the new year and I'll show you how. (BOXING WEEK HAS PERSONALITY! Sale) Stuck, or not going into the new year, we all need a moment to become our … Continue reading The ‘Boxing Week has got personality’ sale!

Websites, clarity, and Family time

This picture is a slight exaggeration, but as with everything, it is a good expression of the statement 'nothing comes easy'. I had the opportunity to help my some of my family bring clarity to the store front of their mission. (Check them out: Haiti Friendship Centre) I love helping with clarity and how we can … Continue reading Websites, clarity, and Family time

Road trips and reality

Ah yes, another great road trip is about to go into the books. We hit as many awesome sites as possible, lived to tell about it, and want to go home. Our van, like so many others out there, was a little microcosm of reality. Anytime you do life with others, on a team, on … Continue reading Road trips and reality

The Worrisome Mother: Mental health and the family tree

I love my mom. At least the way I remember her. She passed away in 1989, so some of the memories need to be unpacked from time to time in order to recall them for what they represent to me as I get older. Sometimes I remind myself to tell stories to my kids about … Continue reading The Worrisome Mother: Mental health and the family tree

Burnout in Leadership…and life

The next couple of blogposts will be focused on burnout in leadership and how that led me to developing Lead Freely. A little more personal, and hopefully something you can glean from. Enjoy! I enjoy listening to Donald Miller's podcast Storybrand. Click the link above and have a read or listen, or both. He usually has … Continue reading Burnout in Leadership…and life

“It’s not all about the money”

I had a great conversation with one of my cousin's today about everything from life transitions, to family, investments, and starting out on your own in business. Somehow a quick coffee turned into a 4 hour sit-down, but that is what happens when you are drawn into the 'Eric vortex'. Time has no meaning. Just … Continue reading “It’s not all about the money”

Canada #2 in the World? #1 in leadership!

Ok, this is not waxing political, so we are clear. A few weeks ago it was announced, again, that Canada is the 2nd best place to live in the world. We always seem to lose to Switzerland on this one. Jerks. You can read about it here: Canada named 2nd best country in the world…again, … Continue reading Canada #2 in the World? #1 in leadership!

Community…Just like family? #values #community #identity

Family is the best picture of being a part of something bigger than ourselves. Period. I know firsthand that does not mean it is easy, neat, or clean. We bump into each other. We tolerate things we do not necessarily agree with. We argue and fight. We feel like pushing away when our space is … Continue reading Community…Just like family? #values #community #identity