People Are Good. I Really Believe That.

When you look around at most of the world, it’s easy to question whether or not humanity has totally become a complete wreck. Our news reminds us of all the tragedies, traumas, and terrors that are happening at every moment and in every corner of the world. But sometimes, all you need to do is walk into a local café in the heart of your city to find out that good people rea...
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The Making of An Awesome Community

Do you really love your neighborhood, your city, and your community? Without a sense of caring, there can be no sense of community. - Anthony J. D'Angelo Next week marks my eight year anniversary for moving to the city of Denver, Colorado. In eight years, I’ve created a community and network for myself here, but not only do I love the people, I love the city as well—and it j...
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Sitting in the Seat of Judgment

I was sitting in my first class seat coming back from travels in Sioux Falls. I had the pleasure of getting upgraded due to my recent status on the airline. I've walked past the first class passengers many times, sometimes questioning and curious "who these people were" sitting up here--where the service is constant and the bathroom is private! I sat down in my seat of 1D, w...
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Despite What the Media Tells You.. Most People are Good People

After hearing about what happened in Boston and seeing many responses such as "What's wrong with people!?" or "What's wrong with this world?" or "What's this world coming to?" I couldn't help but post: Remember, most people in the world are good people. Don't let a few bad ones ruin your views on humanity. It is so easy to buy into the belief that there are MANY bad people...
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The World is Full of Good People

Thursday morning we woke to a few inches of snow in Denver. I had to catch a flight at 10am to for a team building event in Somerset, NJ on Friday afternoon. As I was heading out the door, my colleague called me and told me her car had broken down on the way to the airport. She needed me to back track and pick her up. I hopped in the car as fast as I could, but traffic was mo...
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