What have you done (or are you doing) to live boldly and live your life authentically. Today’s guest, Michael Peticolas chose to live his dream to become one of the premier craft beer brewers in the nation.
Michael Peticolas is a fifth-generation Texas trial attorney and owner/operator of Dallas’s Peticolas Brewing Company. After practicing law for a decade, Michael turned to his passion for craft beer. Since 2011, Peticolas Brewing Company has won numerous local and national awards, and is an established craft beer industry leader in Texas.
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We take our skin for granted. We expose it to the sun at the beach, we go skiing on the slopes and expose it to the cold and wind, and then we turn around and complain when we start seeing wrinkles, sun spots, or saggy skin.
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Both men and women are interested in looking young and vibrant. Our skin is our most visual piece of real estate, and when it looks good, we feel good. When it looks bad, we feel bad.
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