Fundraising for neu has been one of the toughest journeys I’ve embarked on. Here are some of my takeaways from the journey.

I recently concluded a 2-week crusade to educate those in my sphere of influence about racism. Due to COVID-19 and of the death of George Floyd, racism built into the system we call America was all but inescapable to anyone with a pulse and a conscience.

We all have a voice. What are you using yours for? That’s for you to decide.

I was recently profiled by Jyoti Patel on her upcoming book titled Mutants – How creative individuals, teams, and organizations adapt to the new world.

I had an intimate conversation about dealing with tragic loss was with a young entrepreneur in Houston, Texas, who recently experienced the unexpected death of his father to the Coronavirus

I recently connected with Mike A. Mike is a member of a Microsoft community I started and had heard about my background and was interested in connecting about how he can best position himself for transitioning from the corporate world into startups. In our call, we discussed the following: How to know you’re ready …

The Neu team is in the running for Young Entrepreneurs of The Year. Unbelievably humbled to even be nominated & be on the ballot. We wouldn’t be here were it not for our current and past team members.

Since we were coming to the end of 2019, I wanted to know what 1 lesson a man in his leadership position learned in 2019 that he’d carry into 2020.

Someone recently questioned me, “Why do you ride a motorcycle? You have a death-wish or something?” No. Quite the opposite. I have an alive-wish!

Here’s to you and I reaching new heights in 2020.