I’m a bit of a workaholic. That’s why I choose to be self-employed.
The few times when I’ve chosen to work at a job for someone else, I’ve done well for a while. But eventually, I get disgusted by how many people do as little as they can possibly get away with while expecting the next raise. As soon as that attitude takes hold, I know that I better start looking for another opportunity because I’m about to quit my job.
But, let me make something clear. Just because I’m a workaholic does not mean that I want to waste time doing things that are better left to automation. I use software to minimize the mind-numbing tasks that a computer can do without complaining.
I have plenty of interests. Therefore, I can always think of other things that I’d like to do.
I have a techy side to me. When I was a child, I used to take apart electronics and other gadgets to see how they worked. I’m sure my parents didn’t appreciate the fact that I never put things back together. But to their credit, they never stifled my growth by showing their frustration (that they likely had).
I love to play games, solve puzzles, and just plain have fun. And I create software solutions for myself and others.
I enjoy hiking, biking, working out, & playing. I find meaning in spending time with friends, especially when we get into deep discussions.
I’m a writer, teacher, & entrepreneur. I create websites. I create guides & puzzle books.