Michael Graff

Michael Graff


The Never-Ending Summer of the G.P. Crew

By Michael Graff | November 23, 2018

Every year, five men return to the same special camp in honor of a sixth whose legacy lives on the shores of Lake Huron, and everywhere else they go.

An Open Letter to the Future

An Open Letter to the Future

By Michael Graff | August 27, 2018

In planning for your life still to come, mindset is the most important factor.

Memoirs of a Pizza Boy

By Michael Graff | February 22, 2018

How I learned to see the world differently  in 30 minutes or less

The Life Truths I Learned in the Mountains

By Michael Graff | December 4, 2017

The universe has a way of reminding us what’s important.

Is the Secret to Success… Faking It?

By Michael Graff | September 19, 2017

A love story

What Happened When I Tried to Cut the Negative People Out of My Life

By Michael Graff | April 6, 2017

Jim Rohn used to say, “You are the sum of the five people you spend the most time with.” With that in mind, our writer weighs whether there’s someone he needs to cut.

The Day That Changed My Life

By Michael Graff | November 21, 2016

A story about one uncomfortable afternoon at the beach, and what matters

‘Maybe the Only Way to Have an Answer to the Unknown Is to Face It Every So Often’

By Michael Graff | August 14, 2016

There’s still a place for figuring things out on our own, for going into unfamiliar places without a manual, to get wet, to get lost.