Let’s Work Together
My superpower is building things. I believe the boundary between thinkers and doers is artificial and will help you transform your vision into something constructive and meaningful. I’m part project manager, part co-creator and part visionary dreamer, but mostly, I just want to build great things.
If that doesn’t sound like marketing, it’s only because marketing as we know it is mostly about interruption, distraction, and creepy invasions of privacy. I believe marketing can be so much more. See All Marketers Are Builders to see what I mean.
I’m a hell of a writer, too.
I’m an avid blogger. In addition to maintaining this blog, I’ve written for economist and HBR blogger Umair Haque, investor and HBR blogger Whitney Johnson, the Local Travel Movement and Beer and Blog Portland, among others.
I’ve also served as editor of Alex Bogusky’s Fearless Revolution, a movement dedicated to helping people fear less and become more empowered consumers and citizens.
Want me to guest blog for you? Drop me a line.
My Top 5 Favorite Posts:
- Peter Thiel Is Wrong About Higher Education (It’s Worse Than A Bubble)
- A Challenge to TED: Become Relevant, Part 1
- Ask Yourself: How Can I Serve?
- The World Needs More Engineers (Who Read Plato)
- Doubting for Dreamers
- My blog post in response to Peter Thiel’s education bubble comments made it to the front page of Hacker News and stayed there for 3 days, generating hundreds of comments, tens of thousands of views, and some very passionate opinions.
- My blog post Doubting for Dreamers is featured in Whitney Johnson’s ebook, Your Dare, Dream, Do Circle: Daring to Dream with the Help of Others.
- I led the marketing effort to launch Webtrends Facebook Analytics, the company’s most successful product launch in terms of interest generated. By a factor of 8.
- When I lived in Portland, I co-captained the original Portland chapter of Beer and Blog, the area’s largest weekly meet up for tech and creative professionals, with sponsors such as Google, Alaska Airlines, Freshbooks and ReadWriteWeb, to name a few.
How To Get In Touch
If you’d like to work with me, interview me, refer me to a client or just meet up for coffee, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Visit my Contact page or just send me an email. I always love to connect with like-minded people. That’s how we’ll change the world!