Between Viking Sports, MyBike, and knocking on doors, I’ve worked with thousands of people. During the time, someone smarter than me pointed out that people fall into three categories- high maintenance, low maintenance, and no maintenance. Let’s go through them… High Maintenance– This is the person who needs supervision. They are a question asker, theyContinue reading “Being No Maintenance”
Having a purpose forces you to stay in your lane on the way to your destination.
Today I’m celebrating 5 years of operating the Viking Activity Center in Brookline. This place was possibly one of the best decisions Zach (my business partner) and I made in running Viking Sports for nearly a decade. When we opened up the Viking Activity Center, the @brooklinechamber came with huge scissors and a big old red ribbonContinue reading “The Viking Activity Center- Celebrating 5 Years”
Have you noticed that everyone deals with challenges differently? Some people freak out while others appear to be completely unfazed. There is a reason for that. Whenever something negative happens, your brain remembers. The bigger the challenge, the bigger the emotional response, and the higher it gets ranked in your brains “Gigantic Catalog of Challenges”. Continue reading “The Gigantic Catalog of Challenges”
When I was 25 I started my first company. I had the green light to implement any idea that popped into my creative mind. There was no boss telling me “NO”. Only myself, the ultimate yes man saying, “LeRoy, that idea is gold. Do it!”. As liberating and amazing as that sounds, I hadContinue reading “The Power of Two”