Relationships

Relationships are the key to life in both fulfillment, and creating success. They are a fine art in and of themselves. We must learn to create the best ones we can, and that vision, effort, and practice. So much of my success has come through the relationships I have built both personally and professionally. Relationships and sharing our lives with others is and element of fulfillment. Life is a journey, much like travel. Can be great alone, but even better sharing it with other people.

We have a responsibility as humans to help make the world a better place. My career in photography started because I decided to give back. Here's how it happened... In 2009, I connected with my friend Adam Braun. Adam started a charity to build schools for kids in developing countries. He called the organization, Pencils...

"If you're not inspired, you need to go get inspired. Now. Tonight. Tomorrow. It's what is going to keep you happy and motivated to live a good life." Today we’ve got my awesome friend Jasmine Solano here who is a super talented, lady DJ. Jazz and I met a couple years ago. Funny thing is,...

"I realized that if I wanted to do big things in this world that I needed to associate myself with good people." Today’s guest is the youngest guest I’ve ever had on the show. At the age of 20, Jared Kleinert has already don’t a TEDTalk, been featured in Forbes, Fast Company, Huffington Post, and...

Your relationships and your network are huge key components of success. Today I’m talking about a question that was recently asked by previous podcast guest Andy Murphy, who teaches neurlinguistic programming for peak performance, in my Nion Life community on Facebook. How do you make friends when you arrive in a new place? Creating a...

I feel grateful for those that have helped me out along the way, and I want to pass that on. Creating a high profile career in fashion and lifestyle photography is gratifying, but what it took from me to get there is the real gift. During the last ten years of creating this career, I’ve learned...