It all started from wanting to work from anywhere and everywhere.
A Few Words About me
Have you ever wanted the ability to just pick up and go someplace? Maybe getaway for the weekend, a road trip to another state, or seclude yourself in a cave for the week? Wherever you want to go, you’re not alone. I wanted the same thing but for the longest time I couldn’t do that because my job got in the way. In 2015, a lot of that changed. At first, I couldn’t just get up and go. I had bills to pay, client work to finish, and at that time I was kind of broke. Like borrowing from friends to pay rent broke. Eventually, I got to a point where I could pay off my debts, save some money, and then explore life on my terms.
I knew I could make money online I just didn’t know how. So I spent the next few years building a web design business and studying ways I could monetize myself. Now, I help people all over the world build, engage, and monetize their audience. And I want to share that with you.
A Little About Me
In 2005, I raised my right hand and swore to defend this country. In 2008, I was derailed from that journey but I looked at it as a way to start something new with the skills I learned from the military. Sadly, that didn’t work out. I went back to the same routines and job that I had before the Army, because it was comfortable. It wasn’t until 2013, when my son was born, that I knew things needed to be different. Like most people, I stayed inside my comfort zone, I nestled in and kept my life average. That was until 2015 when I took a trip to Hawaii; where I had been station one halft a decade earlier. That trip was one-half of the catalyst I needed to be different and the other half would come shortly after I got back home.
Upon returning from Hawaii, I learned the hard truth that some jobs don’t care about your growth, only their own. I had broken all records in my position, and led my entire floor in call volume, sales, and closing rate. So when I put in for a promotion, wanting to teach others in our company to do the same thing, I was I needed more experience in another department. I had no problems with this, so I agreed. But, when I returned from my trip, I was told I wasn’t enthusiastic enough and had to stay in my current position. My managers later told me that I was too valuable to lose in that spot. That was the last time I worked a W2 job because that was the day I quit, with no safety net, to live a better life. I’m glad I did.
Today I work with clients and companies around the globe. I get to use my experiences to help them expand and grow. It’s also provided me an opportunity to watch my son grow before my very eyes and never have to miss his first anything. For me, business is about relationships, and in my business, family is the most important relationship to grow.