We break from your regularly scheduled blog posts for a little humor … My son reminded me of something we have all heard but don’t make an effort to do more of … “Dad.” he smiled. “People who laugh live longer. You laugh a lot.” Hope you enjoy this one as much as I do…
Since the Packers have the 21st pick in today’s NFL draft, I figured what better time to bust out one of the most legendary moments in team history. Don’t forget to turn it up! And here’s to hoping Ted Thompson can find another gem near the bottom of the picking order. And the best part … Continue reading
I don’t know where I first learned about this video, but it is a great lesson about life. It’s also a great lesson about speaking. It demonstrates that you can really captivate an audience in under 5 minutes. Build your own life. Find your opportunity Always be generous and thoughtful. I wish I had … Continue reading
This speech is why I created the 16 Son Days Community. What’s your Legacy?
How soon people forget all the stuff Aaron Rodgers went through. All the B.S. with Brett Favre treating him poorly and all the early reports of him being “California soft” and fragile. No way could the Packers have two great QB’s in row. Then came an MVP award, a Super Bowl Title .. Remember that … Continue reading
We have a saying in our house regarding Jordy Nelson: “He Catches Everything!” Have a great Monday!
In honor of the 31st let us reflect on a great moment in Packers history by another number 31. Thanks for saving the day Mr. Harris!
The first Green Bay Packers road game I ever attended was in Chicago for Packers vs. Bears at the old Soldier Field (and it isn’t Soldiers Field with an “S” people so let’s try and be correct here.) I remember it because my sister and brother in-law took me. It was for my birthday. I … Continue reading
I think there is something most NFL free-agents will never quite understand and it’s this: When you put on a Green Bay Packers uniform, you are special. It sounds like just rhetoric but it’s true. You don’t have to win MVP awards, make the Pro Bowl 12 times or even hold a roster spot for … Continue reading