Life is short, so I focus on the things I consider most important to me. I want my sons to understand that the only limits they will ever bump up against in life are the obstacles they allow to limit them. I get almost all of my best inspiration while I am running long distances or driving or riding on rural highways aimlessly. When I get down or lonely I try to remember that life is fleeting and that what I do today determines the rest of my eternity. I love to laugh and I’m not sure that I do that often enough. And I’m learning that when I try to see the world through my childrens’ eyes the universe is full of endless wonder.
My passion is educating people about how to effectively use their financial resources and technology so that they can live a better life with the time they have. I feel strongly that personal liberty (coupled with personal responsibility) is the most important principle we must, as a civilization, preserve. In my limited discretionary time I learn new things, climb mountains, make music, and enjoy the company people who I care about.
I hope to run in to you during my travels between my home city of Boise, ID and my stomping grounds in Northern California, Wyoming, and New York City.
Ceux qui font les révolutions à moitié ne font que se creuser un tombeau.