I like to keep things simple. In fact, I pride myself in having an ability to take something abstract and make it specific.
I like to create lists, formulas, flow charts, blueprints, and step-by-step instructions for making things happen, and then make those same “things” happen all over again. I like to take the esoteric and mysterious and make it obvious and mundane. I like to take something that could be called a fluke or dumb-luck and transform it into a predictable pattern of performance that anyone can follow.
Some people “earn” a lot of money making a “simple” thing appear hard, unapproachable, or overly-complex—makes them seem “deep” perhaps. I get paid to make things simple and to get things done—perhaps not pretty, but effective for certain.
Ask me a question, I’ll give you an answer—simple and to the point. I don’t do the “linguistic boogaloo” to bedazzle you with my brilliance of how to turn the “matter-of-fact” into some mystical mumbo-jumbo. I like straight-talk and I don’t like B.S.—getting it or giving it. Read the full blog…