When was the last time you asked your father about one of his life stories? This Father’s Day, Greg Tindale remembers asking about one in particular.
Greg moved into the rugby house after he joined the team in college. Reminiscing on the parties, mayhem, and how similar it was to… home?
When Greg gets served by the co-op board, things get heated. The legal and personal battles are a timesuck and moneysuck, but where’s the fun in that?
When Greg’s real estate investments and career start backsliding, he’s got to make a decision. Because if he doesn’t a decision will be made for him.
Real estate wasn’t always the plan. But a little visualization, a few houses, and a handful of deals later and now it very much is.
As vacations go, Greg and Christina had been to hell and back again. But if the third time’s a charm, it’s also a Mexican wedding.
Greg didn’t know how much he’d love improv, but when he hit the stage, everything clicked. The rules of improv are rules for a better life.
It took a special night at the theater—with the Obamas—to remind Greg why he decided not pursue his boyhood dream of being a Congressman.
When Greg tries to pull off the perfect proposal, it seems like nothing will go right. But in the end, what really matters?