Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Dave Ursillo Jr.
1,267 followers
1,267 followers
About
Dave's posts

Post has attachment
So many books to choose from. Where do you begin? These are the 6 most thought-provoking books that I've come across lately, and why I've loved reading them.

Post has attachment
Turning an adage or idea into “the one and only way” only serves to narrow our viewpoints to a single pointed edge. Today, I'm breaking my own rule.

Post has attachment
Second Edition Digital PDF. A Book by Dave Ursillo

Post has attachment
In which I offer to invest in a Thigh-Master and Buns of Steel on VHS if you think it will get me on the cover of GQ by summertime (hint: it won't).

Post has attachment
In his 1849 essay Civil Disobedience, Henry David Thoreau describes the conditions for the individual to resist the state. Read the full text here.

Post has attachment
Lawrence Mitchell is a health coach and raw foods advocate in England who wanted to share his lifelong arc from an unhealthy and heavily drinking young lad who once traveled on the cheap across the United States before discovering a heart issue that…

Post has attachment
Ben Avezedo founded and ran one of the top 3 advertising agencies in Brazil, but needed a new story to convey how much he had accomplished in his career – and what vision he had for his new, Florida-based advertising division. With English as his second…

Post has attachment
Olwen Wilson is a yoga teacher and holistic healer who desperately needed to update her About Me page and Services page on her website. “My About Me page was just sad,” Olwen wrote, “I knew I needed to revamp it.” But soon into our Story Shine journey,…

Post has attachment
Ania Nowicki, a British wellness coach living with her family in the Netherlands, knew she had an important story to share with her prospective clients and readers. It was personal. It was meaningful. And yet, her story was really tough to tell. After…

Post has attachment
Chip Rogers is a former CEO of a 2-time Pulitzer Prize winning newspaper that he inherited from his father. As a 4th generation owner and after a 107-year reign, Chip made the difficult choice to sell the family business after years of industry turmoil.…
Wait while more posts are being loaded