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Bicyles For Business
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Exploring Canada by motorcycle
This is how I collected the photographs for my book A View to Take Home.
Tango in Buenos Aires
The tango is so intimate that one gets confused;
2020 Calgary Stampede: The Year That Wasn’t
Summer is undeniably different this year, and couldn’t be more unusual for everyone. A minor example: The feature image for this post was supposed to be for display this year at the annual Calgary Stampede, or, as we like to call it – “The Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth”.... Read more
Photography: A Thousand Lies In One Image
A photograph is worth a thousand words, but photoshop can produce a thousand lies. Life is much more beautiful to me when looking through the camera lens. To me, photography is not what I see, it is what I let others see. It’s the beauty of life, captured in... Read more
Bicyles For Business
Liberty Training Academy boosts young entrepreneurs in developing countries with business training and new wheels. With every course bundle or VIP registration, Liberty Training Academy boosts young entrepreneurs in developing countries with business training and new wheels. Bicycles, that is. Your enrollment helps young entrepreneurs achieve full speed ahead... Read more
Making Pivots: Slight Changes In The Way You Do Things In Business
In business, it’s all about making pivots: slight changes in the way you do things that are going to make a massive impact on your results. Many business owners I work with are initially thinking of doing a complete overhaul of their processes. For example, they may want to... Read more
Jump On The Back Of My Motorcycle – And Let’s Explore Western Canada
Technically speaking any book I wrote is a “Message from the author”. But, in case of a full colour photography book, most of that message consists of pictures. So I did want to start off with a few words and provide a bit of background in this post. Most... Read more
Check Out My 6 Most Popular Travel Destinations
Where are you traveling next? I often end up answering this same question. I travel all the time, and people are curious where I’m off to next. Ultimately, it doesn’t really matter where I go next. What matter is where you’d like to go. What’s that next destination on... Read more
The wrong side of the road
Question for all dog owners: do you train your dog to walk left or right of you? Somehow mine ended up on my left hand side. I never thought much about the idea, it just kind of naturally happened that way. We both seem to be fine with that... Read more
Life Lessons From Being Stuck In A Rip Current: Embrace The Unknown
Ever lived near the ocean? I did – it’s one of the things I miss most in land-locked Calgary. The ocean is what feeds my soul – and even though having the Canadian Rocky Mountains nearby I do miss the salty air from time to time. Luckily through my... Read more
How To Travel Often – Even If You Don’t Have Enough Time Or Money
The one thing in life I’ve always done, regardless of my situation, income, time, or any other external circumstances is one thing: travel. I do it all the time. I’m usually going on a trip (near or far) at least once a month. It may be just to the... Read more
Why I Feel Like The Luckiest Guy In The Sky
After traveling over a large portion of the world well before the age of thirty the travel bug really got to me. It caught me by surprise, as traveling wasn’t something I was used to while growing up. I don’t think I crossed any borders as a child. My... Read more