When I look at the world, I am always asking myself, “how can I make something better?” Being the self-sufficient type, my next thought is, “how hard could it be?” This usually leads to me going head first into a a project that ends up consuming me for years. However, this also leads to me learning a tremendous amount about so many different things.
Where did this come from?
Ever since I was a young boy, I built stuff. Models that couldn’t be accurate enough, tools, parts for my cars, and eventually expansions for my house. This lead to various jobs in many industries as a young man, but despite my daily job, creating and tinkering has been something I have done for decades. I grew up without much money so everything I did had to be on the cheap, but as good as any top tier product or service. This mentality sticks with me today and that is a large reason why I give most of what I make away for nothing.
Gran Fondo Category 1 Climb
Yes, I like to cycle, and I live in a hilly region. That doesn’t make me a good climber, because I am too hefty for that. However, it does make for a fast decent! I race in local Gran Fondo’s from time to time, and can be found flying my Autodesk colors.