Live for a Living is a company built on a philosophy.
An idea that we can achieve greater life fulfillment when we follow our passions and put people and experiences first.
We focus on people.
People. The lost currency of today's culture. Live for a Living strives to put people, relationships, and life experiences ahead of money.
The more you pour your time, concern, and general care into others, the more people trust and want to be around you. The net effect of such is a broader, more intimate network of people helping people, be that via business, athletics, emotional support, inspiration, motivation, or any number of personal needs.
We play like children.
Some of us have forgotten the importance of physical play in our lives. Current culture has us glued to our phones, tablets, laptops and desktops; and the idea of getting outside and experiencing life is becoming foreign to some.
There should be no such thing as play vs. work. The Live for a Living philosophy contends that to do your very best work, you must have ample play in your day to flush out stale thoughts, worry, frustration, and general angst.
We work hard.
No, really, we do. We are communicators. Our experience - over 25 years buried deep in the trenches of brand-building, marketing, and advertising. How well we do it, makes or breaks our ability to survive and grow the Live for a Living concept.
Our breadth is our strength:
Live for a Living In Motion
What does living for a living actually look like? We get this a lot, and we can try to explain it, or we can just show you examples. Take a look at some of these #liveforaliving projects, and we think it will all begin to make more sense.
Inspiring Others to Think Differently
August 2017: We jetted off to Lisbon, Portugal, to participate in a beta program for entrepreneurs, tech startups, and new world thinkers, all dedicated to changing the world in some way.
Chipping Away at Child Abuse
March 15, 2018: In association with multi-national charity Help For Children, my goal is to run 3000 miles across the USA to raise $1 million to prevent and treat child abuse. #run2heal
How Much Can You Endure?
I enjoy grueling physical contests. Some say, I like to suffer; but, not even 100-mile mountain footraces, obstacle course racing, survival run events, long-distance stand up paddling, or even a special affinity for events patterned after military and special operations training.could adequately prepare me for The Selection: Special Operations Experiment. This A&E, History Channel, reality documentary put 40 athletes from around the United States through some of the most difficult challenges, exercises, and movements thrown at real candidates during real military special forces selection, to see if they had what it takes to complete it. After 12 days of pure Hell, I am proud to say that I was one of four finishers, and the oldest participant, 13 years older than the next oldest finisher. A five-star rated series, The Selection aired for 8-episodes in 2017, culminating in a pretty dramatic finish. Watch on Amazon, or on demand with your local cable provider.