A lover of ideas, an advocate for change, and disgusted by mediocrity.
I started my first company when I was twelve. At fifteen I bought a ’94 Nissan Pathfinder; and sixteen an ’84 Hobie 16.
My junior year of college I sold the first company and all of my tangible belongings. I packed my Subaru Outback and headed west–living nomadically out of my car for the next year. When I ran out of money I returned to college and finished.
A lot of time has passed between then and now, and other companies come and gone. Today I spend forty hours a week helping businesses grow their bottom line: And weekends pretending I still live nomadically.
My favorite color is blue. Or orange. Or brown. Sometimes red. Favorite non-colors include both black and white and those hues in-between.
“Do you care enough to fail?” (Seth Godin) is my favorite quote from my favorite author.
When I can I read or travel—preferably by the road less traveled… or no road at all.