by Michael Hughes One of my favorite things to do is observe my daughter’s growth. It’s incredibly inspiring to me how quickly she’s piecing together knowledge and skills, and then applying them in risky situations. This week was particularly rewarding to me as I watched her crawl up to the long staircase in my parents’
By Michael Hughes I admit that I have an unquenchable thirst to know more about pretty much anything that I take an interest in. For those of you who train regularly with me, you know I like to stay fairly up to speed on the following: Space X rocket launches everything Tesla housing and land
By Michael Hughes Sometimes the “American Dream” becomes a series of life stages and expectations like a checklist for success in our society. Example: Late teens: Pick a college Early 20’s: Find a job out of college Late 20’s: Fall in love and get married Early 30’s: Have kids and buy a house (That’s how
By Michael Hughes I had the honor last month to address this year’s Leadership SLO group for Health & Human Services day. (Sidenote: If you don’t already know about Leadership SLO, I encourage you to look into it. Both Paden and I have been a part of this annual 10 month program that is devoted
By Michael Hughes A couple weeks ago my family and I caravanned up to Tahoe for our annual family reunion. It’s a trip we always look forward to. Garwoods, fireworks, cold lake water, rafting down the Truckee river and late night family games. What’s not to love? Oh, that’s right, the 7.5 hour road trip.