Top 10 things to do in the 3rd Worst City in America

Darn right there are great attractions, activities and "all around merriment" in #Reno! Great post Alli! … [Read more...]

Thoughts on Heaven

Great poem by our dear friend and close family Julianne about our cousin Logan. … [Read more...]

Senses

Senses are doorways to revelation   … [Read more...]

One Sand-Skeeball-Sculpture at a Time

Building sandcastles and other sand structures is incredibly similar to being an entrepreneur. Everyone on the beach has the tools and resources to do so right in front of them, but few try for one reason or another. Perhaps some have never thought to try, they do not have the creative vision. Others might think it a cool idea, think back on times as a child, and say, "Well I will be shunned by society if I try; and I'm likely no good at it … [Read more...]

Dear Logan (by my sister Karah)

Great post by my little sister down in New Zealand about our Cousin Logan. Love you Sis. … [Read more...]

Logan

Logan Daniel Herr

Cuz... If I could tell you one thing, I would tell you that you are loved more than you know. If we could talk once more, I would remind you how proud I am of everything you've done. How proud I am of how hard you work, of how committed and steadfast you are, of how great it is to have you around, and how you're going to grow up to be so much cooler than your big cousin. If I could see you once more, I wouldn't miss your last baseball game. If we … [Read more...]

Let The Avalanche of Action Flow Through You

Instead of filling your life with other people's stories, gossip, news and social media; fill life with your own stories of action. I encourage you to find and bless the world with your unique value of creation... your creativity, your perspective and your passion shared with the world for the benefit of all, yourself included. Listen in the stead of talking. Walk the talk to let your voice be heard through others. The sound of one rock rolling … [Read more...]

The LiveSTRONG Reminder

Synopsis: I have had my LiveSTRONG braclet on my wrist for about seven years; ever since my grandmother passed from Cancer. Sure I purchased it in memory of my grandmother, but the bracelet and the memory of my grandmother (one of the most powerful and competitive women I have ever known) remind me to live every day to the fullest. I encourage you to create similar reminders for yourself such as notes in your wallet or goals on your bathroom … [Read more...]

My Video Rant: The Ivy-League Stigma

Video Synopsis When I tell people that I graduated from Cornell University, there tends to be a certain stigma associated with going to this ivy-league school and I want to clear up some misconceptions of the stereotypes that are made of me. I was not a National Merit Scholar, I was not lucky, I did not have an inside connection there, nor did I come from a rich family: I simply had (and have) determination. It took two rejections before I was … [Read more...]

How Do I Pick a Solar Installer? 10 Questions to Ask a Solar Installer

For disclosure and so you know where I am coming from: I am a Civil Engineer by training, spent two years managing a renewable energy installation company in Northern Nevada, followed by a general contractor focusing on green building and energy efficiency. I have since moved on to become a program manager the Nevada Institute for Renewable Energy Commercialization, a 510(c)3 nonprofit organization. Alright, lets get to it: First thing is first, … [Read more...]