...I've come to respect that love for another human being can be the most powerful force on the planet
It's so genuinely fun to be reminded how powerful the element of surprise can be.
The first Lotus I ever drove was my late father's '84 Esprit. I was in high school in Charleston, SC and it was the only time he ever let me drive the car.
Each always has a story to tell, affording priceless opportunity. To learn. To understand. To connect.
We know this. And will never forget it. But that's just the point.
Subtle details are innately powerful. Not necessarily in what they are, but what they reflect.
Yes, it's true. Our gaffe in last week's email correspondence where we accidentally misspelled our latest origin selection was, with sincere apologies, our mistake. 100%. Which got us to thinking about the role mistakes play in our lives.
Even though she did not like coffee.
X + Y may not equal the gift of Eternal Love, but these 3 components just may.
The separation between a dream and a reality may be just a realization. Hear about the epiphany that led to the creation of SYPCOFFEE and some of my experiences thus far, as captured by Nashville Entrepreneur Center's dynamic Clark Buckner.
With gratitude and love, wishing you and yours a very happy and fulfilling 2017 filled with those experiences of which you may have once only dreamed.
There are always people in your life that can have a profound effect on your own. My friend, a Lieutenant Commander in the United States Navy, is one of those people.
When mornings after arrive, they offer all of us a clean slate.
'...time is the ultimate equalizer.'
As we move through this life, it's abundantly easy to collect and store vestiges of the unimportant.
I held silent in veritable disbelief, simultaneously feeling amazed at all the goodness surrounding around us in the world, and the guilt for assuming otherwise first, even if momentarily.
Mentors are humanity in its purest form.
Yes, it's true.
I think about what type of morning my barista had. At home, before they came in to work and prepared my cup. Who they shared it with. Whether it was a sad morning. Or a happy one.