Messy in the Middle

By Cheryl Lucas Chairman’s Club Director  When I have written or spoken about my AIM journey previously I tended to focus on my road to Chairman’s Club or the beginning stages of my journey as a business owner partnering with The AIM Companies. This time as I sat down to write it was different. I kept thinkingContinue reading “Messy in the Middle”

The Healthy Art of Betty Ann Brush

Betty Ann Brush was born with a 1 in a 1,000 chance of living. She came into the world with a cancerous tumor growing near her left eye. The tumor was surgically removed. Radiation and cobalt treatments were given when she was only six weeks old. It was confirmed that she was legally blind in her left eye. Diagnosed with anemia, jaundiceContinue reading “The Healthy Art of Betty Ann Brush”

Lance Pekus: The Red Rush-Fueled Cowboy Ninja

If you’re a fan of the television show American Ninja Warrior, you may have seen AIM Member Lance Pekus aka the Cowboy Ninja in his iconic black cowboy hat and blue jeans, swinging from chains, leaping over water-filled pits or suspended in mid-air climbing an inverted ladder hand-over-hand. Although Lance often competes in front of a worldwide audience, at heart he’s a downhome husbandContinue reading “Lance Pekus: The Red Rush-Fueled Cowboy Ninja”

An Interview with Outstanding Member of the Month Dan Nichols

Dan and Shannon Nichols won the Outstanding Member(s) of the Month Award for their work in December. Their achievement will be noted in the March Issue of Living Well Magazine.  The BarleyLife Blog recently had the opportunity to communicate with Dan Nichols. BarleyLife: What Do You Do for a Living? Dan Nichols: ​I am a churchContinue reading “An Interview with Outstanding Member of the Month Dan Nichols”