Aloha to You

 Posted by on 12/02/2013
Dec 022013
Aloha to You

It’s not very often that I click on a ‘submit’ button, let out a big sigh, and hug my wife. When I first published ‘Aloha to You’ – it was a simple downloadable PDF ebook. A project I worked on for almost a year. When I announced that my book was published and available to [read more...]

4 Thoughts on Self-Discipline

 Posted by on 11/14/2013
Nov 142013
4 Thoughts on Self-Discipline

1.  Create habits and find ways to enjoy them.  Let’s be honest, waking up an hour or two hours before you head out for work isn’t very enjoyable when you first start out.  This may be as early as 430AM for some.  But whenever you are trying to create a new habit, it’s important to [read more...]

It’s Time to be Kū…NOW

 Posted by on 11/12/2013
Nov 122013
It's Time to be Kū...NOW

I am guilty of this myself. We tend to put off certain tasks out of fear.  The fear of failure. The fear of denial. The fear that we don’t have what it takes. We are afraid of taking the lead, making noise, rattling cages, being heard, and stepping out of our comfort zone. We may [read more...]

Oct 302013
6 Steps to Make Your Mornings Kū

I love the mornings.  Maybe itʻs my obsession with musicals like Seven Brides for Seven Brothers and Oklahoma, or the Friendʻs Episode with Joey singing, “Morning’s here, the morning’s here, sunshine is here…” Can you tell I love mornings? But mornings can be tough, even if you are a person who’s up with the roosters.  And you also [read more...]

The Gym Builds Character

 Posted by on 10/28/2013
Oct 282013
The Gym Builds Character

The gym isn’t only a facilitator of movement or a place to build muscle and strength, it’s also a tool that can build character. This morning I woke up and began reading my usual morning articles and came across this quote that inspired me to write this post before I headed out for work. Character [read more...]

Oct 252013
Inspiration Behind Building a Kū Body

Building a Kū body has become my lifeʻs mission for myself. Iʻm often asked how I came across the idea of “Build a Kū body”. Life is all about constant growth and learning.  Albert Einstein said, “Once you stop learning, you start dying.”  Becoming Kū has been an evolving philosophy because as life goes one [read more...]