How I Choose to Live
Be a Beacon That Helps, Connects, and Empowers People To Live Better Lives.
A life worth living is not as rewarding if tunneled solely on the merits of self-interest.
It is important to reach back and extend a hand to help people. I want to help as many people as I can to solve complex problems and to uncover untapped potential – both in their work and in their professional development.
This is why I am here.
Do the right thing, even if it is the hard thing.
Be a voice to those who lack strength or courage. It is not a matter of if, but when we will face adversity in life. Consistency matters, not just when it feels opportunistic.
Be intentional and be curious.
Move, create and speak with purpose. Never fear to ask questions if something seems unclear.
Always aim to calm and bring balance to those in need and avoid petty disagreements.
Be present and treat people as if they matter.
Be others-focused and recognize that an individual perspective is limited.
Always seek to understand by listening, reflecting, and asking questions.
Aim far, move forward,
but take time to look back.
Just about anything worth doing is difficult. Much like a strenuous tread up a mountainside, as time moves on, progress can feel stunted or cumbersome.
It is important to take time to look back to understand the impact of the effort spent to remember why we chose to walk forward in the first place.