For decades to come Roger Federer will be remembered not only one of the greatest tennis players of our time, but of all time. While his backhand may have made him rich and famous, it’s his willingness to praise and compliment his opponents that elevate him to the top of my list. Federer is and… Continue reading Roger Federer Checks His Ego to Boost Opponents and We Should Too!
Below are excerpts from my upcoming book, The Extortion of Forgiveness: “August twenty-second of 1998 was a perfect day for a perfect couple. I stood with my closest family and friends, about to make Kristi my wife—not far from the cramped, campaign office in “Old Germantown” where we’d first met. We were about to exchange… Continue reading Chapter 2 – The Perfect Couple
Author’s Note: If you haven’t done so already, read the prologue to the story here. The entire book will be released soon but because so many have asked, here is another chapter. Chapter 1 – Political Seeds I’m not sure who first coined the well-known phrase, “You can’t take the politics out of politics,”… Continue reading The Extortion of Forgiveness – Chapter 1 – Political Seeds
Authors Note: This is the Prologue of my book, The Extortion of Forgiveness. As the chapter title explains, it was a beginning in many senses, as well as an end. It’s been over six and a half years since I typed the first word but now I believe I’ve found a stopping point – not… Continue reading The Extortion of Forgiveness: Prologue – The Beginning of the End
Here is a link to a piece I wrote at OneSouthernMan this morning about the upcoming Jockeys & Juleps derby watch party on Saturday, May 7 benefitting Southern Reins. I feel safe in saying outside of Churchill Downs, the Jockeys & Juleps event in Memphis is THE place in the south to watch the Kentucky Derby. Tickets… Continue reading Jockeys & Juleps Derby Watch Party Hosted by Memphis’ Top Southern Belles