Featured podcast guest from Kitcaster.com
Helping good people do great things.
- about the time I ran the Leadville 100. Got up at 2:00 am. Started running at 4:00 am. Finished at 4:45 am the next morning.
- How a thriving economy and healthy environment are not mutually exclusive. The merits of The Big Lebowski.
- How to rehab baby skunks.
- Why chasing mediocrity is working for me.
- How to react when you come home and there's a goat in your living room (or a coyote).
If you know me, you’ll know I’m never one to shy away from an opportunity to grow and take on new challenges. For example, I started my marketing career as a copywriter and ad man.
But one day, when my graphic designer colleague didn’t show up for work, I evolved (very quickly) into a designer. After all, I was the only person in the building who knew how to turn on the Mac. Since then, I’ve performed virtually every role in the digital marketing production lifecycle – from strategy and concepting, to design and development, to QA/QC and everything in between.
Along the way, I realized that I get the greatest joy from helping others achieve their goals. In a way, you could say I’m making the world a better place, one frustrated professional at a time. These days, I’m in love with purposeful, conversion-focused digital marketing strategy and execution.
That, and doing ridiculous things outdoors – usually where oxygen is limited. When I’m not helping entrepreneurs and executive-level professionals, I can be found traipsing around the woods near the cabin in which I have lived with my wife and menagerie of pets since 1993 (usually skiing, running, riding bikes, and/or climbing).
There I watch movies, read, and polish the details of my latest (possibly ill-advised) master plan for world domination. If you’re interested in pulling me out of the woods for a coffee and talking shop (or hearing how I managed to actually run 100 miles in one go), please let me know.