One-Two Punch at Parkinson’s Disease

When John Chapman was in the fifth grade, his dad, a boxer in the military, gave him a speed bag. This ignited a spark that would lead to 42 years in kickboxing. Little did John know, when he was nine years old, he would someday use boxing to manage his Parkinson’s Disease (PD), as well as positively impact others battling with the same diagnosis. I … Continue reading One-Two Punch at Parkinson’s Disease

HEART Behind the Plate

It’s the championship game in the bottom of the ninth, the score is tied with two outs and the bases are loaded. The home team’s batter steps up to the plate and after five pitches, it’s a full count. One more strike and all hopes are dashed for the title. In baseball, there’s nothing like that exact moment and it’s a feeling Cornel Burnette knows … Continue reading HEART Behind the Plate

Disproving the Millennial Theory

If you pay attention to the news media it’s likely you will hear frequent references to Millenials, also known as “Generation Me.” By definition, the term refers to people born in the early 1980s to the early 2000s and they’ve been characterized by their lack of work ethic, sense of entitlement, and a narcissistic outlook. In recent years, you can add to the list a … Continue reading Disproving the Millennial Theory