Alas, when Seth Godin
linked to it and when Chris Guillebeau raved about it, I knew I was hitting the right chord.
After that, the coaching and the speaking seemed to be a natural manifestation of the small wave that I happened to be riding, I just had to stand up on my board.
I believe that the gift of life, the chance to make of one’s destiny whatever one chooses, is the greatest gift that could ever be bestowed upon an individual.
I live my life with that fire, in awe of the world I get to experience and I share that zest with the clients I work with, hoping to unlock the chains that are holding them back.
But it’s damn hard work navigating the unknowns, and that’s why when someone asks me, “Where do you want to be in 5 years?” That’s easy. Living intentionally. That’s all I say. That’s all I can say.
It’s worked out so far. Every crazy choice, every failed endeavor, every chance I took, I’ve somehow always figured out how to make it be the “right choice” no matter the mud on my face or the cuts on my hand.
I wake up everyday feeling like the luckiest guy in the world for having the chances I’ve had in life and for the support of the friends, family and colleagues that I receive on a daily basis. I wouldn’t be able to do anything without them.
Currently, I live in Brooklyn, NY and you can usually find me running the stairs in Fort Greene Park, trying to finish just one...more...set.
Let me help you finish the things you want to finish.
Life and business are a lot more fun when its done intentionally.
Live, love and never stop learning. Keep tinkering.