Announcing the Ready or Not Book Launch Team

  Friends, it’s finally time. It’s time to flip the script on how to live your twenties, and Jess and I are so excited! We are thrilled with this book. We poured ourselves into writing it. Years of research, countless cups of coffee, and a multitude of conversations with fellow twentysomethings brought us to thisContinue reading “Announcing the Ready or Not Book Launch Team”

How to Prioritize Your Life [Vol 1.10]

F  A T H O M || T R I B E Can you have too much goodness in your life? Yes, I think so. What I mean is that you can have too many good things in your life, and they begin to mess with your sense of direction, purpose, and ability to prioritize what trulyContinue reading “How to Prioritize Your Life [Vol 1.10]”

Why YOU are a Genius [Vol 1.8]

F A T H O M || T R I B E This week’s letter is super duper special because TODAY my good friend Alan Briggs has a new book dropping into the world. The book is titled Everyone’s a Genius: Unleashing Creativity For the Sake of the World. I was fortunate to snag an advance copy ofContinue reading “Why YOU are a Genius [Vol 1.8]”

The Subtle, Yet Powerful Difference Between Pride and Gratitude [Vol 1.9]

F A T H O M || T R I B E Last week, we explored the genius within us all. To peer within oneself and find genius and goodness can be a vulnerable journey, fraught with insecurities and deception. But if you press on and find what your true strengths and talents are, there’s aContinue reading “The Subtle, Yet Powerful Difference Between Pride and Gratitude [Vol 1.9]”

Normative to You, Distinctive to Others [Vol. 1.7]

F A T H O M || T R I B E Tell me about yourself. What are your strengths? These have to be two of the most asked and feared prompts in an interview. One of the most helpful ways to understand who you are as someone uniquely created by God is to considerContinue reading “Normative to You, Distinctive to Others [Vol. 1.7]”

Contemplation in an Age of Information [Vol 1.4]

F A T H O M || T R I B E The endless cycle of idea and action, Endless invention, endless experiment, Brings knowledge of motion, but not of stillness; Knowledge of speech, but not of silence; Knowledge of words, and ignorance of the Word. All our knowledge brings us nearer to ignorance, AllContinue reading “Contemplation in an Age of Information [Vol 1.4]”

When Should We Grow Up? Adulting (is) So Hard [Vol. 1.2]

F A T H O M || T R I B E What are the rules for adulthood? Better question: What are the rules for adulthood as a twentysomething? It really depends on who you ask. Your twenties are bombarded with two equally binding messages. The first is to live it up while you’re young. SeekContinue reading “When Should We Grow Up? Adulting (is) So Hard [Vol. 1.2]”