About Me

Let’s see… I think it’s always hard to write about myself. I grew up around Dallas, TX until I graduated and moved to Orlando, FL for a year and a half to attend a technical school, while working full time, to become a professionally trained and certified technician for Harley-Davidson Motorcycles.  After graduating, I returned to Dallas to work for a local dealer and hone my skills as a tech.  Fast forward two years and you will find me as a talented technician still earning an average income and wondering if my efforts were ever going to pay off.  I eventually decided that I had to find something else or I would end up spending the rest of my life fighting to simply make ends meet.

My solution was to wash the grease off my elbows, wrap a tie around my neck, and join what is known as the “white collar” work force.  Initially, part of me felt like I sold out, while another part of me loves the respect that being part of the business world commands. Now I earn a living by forging relationships with other people and solving problems in a business sense instead of a mechanical one. I enjoy working to help clients reach their goals on a much grander scale than I could have ever accomplished by fixing a motorcycle. This requires developing new skills and experience in order to better serve my clients, but I have always enjoyed a challenge and I am a strong believer that a day shouldn’t go by without learning something new!

I have always considered myself to be a well rounded individual, so over time my blog will be somewhat of an account of the things I have learned in my transition from manual labor to business success as well as an outlet for many of the things that I find enjoyable in life.  This ranges of course from bikes to business, as the title of my blog implies, but also other things like art, cooking, and anything else that I might stumble across that I find interesting.  Please feel free to take a look around as the site grows and I hope you find what I have to say enjoyable, educational, and sometimes maybe even enlightening!

Thanks for reading!

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