Losing my 6 year old son taught me everything I need to know about business and life. I want to share the lessons I learned with you.
You don't have to sacrifice what's most important for your business.
I spent 15 years as a serial entrepreneur until the day everything changed - the day my six year old son was killed by a drunk driver. My wife was pregnant at the time. The trauma caused her to go into labor. We delivered our second son the same day, in the same hospital, only moments after kissing our first son goodbye.
Losing my son taught me my life's most important lesson - that I had been focused on all the wrong things. Everything changed for me when I realized I wasn't alone. I discovered that while my story may be unique, my journey as an entrepreneur was not.
Building a business has become overcomplicated, overwhelming, and paralyzing.
Too many businesses end in failure. Too many of the ones that don't, end up stuck suffering just trying to survive so they start sacrificing what's most important chasing "success."
It doesn't have to be this way.
So I set out to help entrepreneurs and business owners focus on the right things. On building a business and a life of significance - not just chasing "success." A business that serves and impacts the lives of others and as a result provides purpose, passion, and profits.
A business that supports, not sacrifices, what's most important.
I have a message and a model to share with the world. My goal is to help ordinary people become extraordinary entrepreneurs and do something significant in business and life.
I am obsessed with simplifying the overcomplicated process of starting, growing, and reinventing a business.
If this resonates with you, then join me as I simplify and reroute the typical journey of entrepreneurship.