What do you do when you feel like giving up?
Stop chasing every way breaking wave. You’ll get worn out fast if you try to catch every wave. As a surfer, you learn to wait and watch for the perfect wave.
You only have one life. You can be afraid to step out, or you can go for it.
Windsurfing, is it easy? It depends on how you define it. People will often say, “you make that look so easy.” Honestly, it’s like riding a bike, put your mind to it and you can make anything look easy. I’m pretty confident if you spend any quality time on a given project eventually you’ll start Read more about The Potential In Us Awaits[…]
It’s hard to describe the feeling you get surfing down the face of a wave. The following words come to mind: freedom, flowing, connecting, power, joy, timelessness. On the wave you forget about nagging cares, and for a moment, it’s just you and the wave. One thing surfing a wave is not, a fight. You Read more about Flow with the wave life gives you[…]
You look up, the trail is rugged and climbs the steep mountainside. The country is wild; there are beasts to fight, mountains to climb, raging rivers to conquer and waves to paddle through. You have dreams, but they live on the other side of the wild country. If you could just paddle out, or climb that mountain, Read more about Overcoming Fear[…]
If you want to catch a wave, you have to own it. You’re either all in, or you’re all out. If you go for a wave and hesitate, you’ll either miss it or wipe out. If you want to move forward you just have to go for it. In life, opportunities come like waves. You may desire to Read more about Own the wave[…]
Without the shaper there would be no board to ride. The shaper conceives the design, drafts it out and begins to shape until the desired shape emerges. You too have a master designer. In you he has put skills to develop, ideas to birth and desires to pursue that are unique to you. You are Read more about The Shaper[…]
One day while paddle surfing I was thinking about the board I was on. I thought about way it performs, the way it turns and it’s speed. Each board responds in it’s own unique way. Learning how the board you are on is key to mastering it. Learn what your board can do and flow with it. Read more about Ride the board you own[…]
A friend once told me, “all things worth having require great sacrifice.” To catch a wave you must first make it to the lineup. It’s that place just beyond the breaking waves. The paddle out isn’t always easy. On big days it can be tiring and frightening. Some days it would be easy to give up, Read more about Dreams and the Lineup[…]