“So many people hold their future hostage to their pasts,” Lisa Nichols says on the phone a week before she’s set to take the stage with Tony Robbins and others at the Unstoppable in 2016 motivational speaking tour at Comerica Theatre. “The goal is for this [conference] to be the catalyst for long-term change.”
Meet five up-and-coming PGA Tour talents (most are celebrating their rookie year!) who you’ll see take the course at this month’s Waste Management Phoenix Open.
How did you get your start in the game? My parents. Early on, I showed some athleticism, and they put a plastic club in my hand. I would whack a plastic ball around the house. As I grew older, I would use my father’s cut-down clubs, and he would take me out to play. Those are my earliest memories...
Breaking through the hustle and bustle of the holiday season with Christmas carols humming from the stereo and wish lists fresh on their minds, we hear from some of our favorite Valley families to see what makes their holiday dreams come true.
By: Christina Tetreault Photographed By: Cori Roberts at The Wrigley Mansion
On Jan. 11, the Arizona Organizing Committee (AOC) welcomes the 2016 College Football Playoff National Championship to Glendale. Brad Wright, co-chair of the AOC, discusses how the highly anticipated four-day celebration will cater to everyone from families to foodies to music lovers as much as it will appeal to sports fans.
AFM: You traveled to Texas for last year’s game. What did you learn there?
BW: A lot! Given that the College Football Playoff format is so new (last year was the inaugural national championship)
Photo Credit: Hector Salas Almeida
Jason Carr is a 27-year-old personal trainer at Urban Garage Gym who left his law career to pursue his dreams of becoming a notorious fitness entrepreneur first in the valley, and then around the country. Learn more about Carr's passion for fitness and how it motivates him to succeed in the fitness world.