I care. Deeply.
About deepening human connection. In every aspect of life.
About developing more effective, relational philanthropy.
About the power of collaboration. I think the world would be a more peaceful place if we had more of it.
About creating brands that foster relationships. That people can trust and engage with.
I believe that if we care enough, anything is possible. Caring is the lost treasure of the world. We need to value it again.
I believe our perceived failures are necessary stepping stones to our success.
Our personal life and work should be one in the same, and it should be extraordinary and whimsical.
Life should be deliberate. Our peace, happiness and attitude should not be circumstantial.
Ultimately, we all do exactly what we want. It’s just a matter of how much we want it.
I believe we were created to be vessels of love in all we do. No matter the circumstances.
The quest for deeper relationships should always trump the pursuit of financial gain. No exceptions.
I live in Mombasa, Kenya with my wife and children. We live on the beach on the Indian Ocean. I first dreamed of moving here when I was 16.
We’ve lived in East Africa since March 2006 and have no plans of moving. Maybe South America someday. Who knows?
I consult on branding and philanthropy for anyone that wants to create something extraordinary the benefits humanity.