Let’s face it; we live in a world of “mass”. Mass marketing, mass communication, massive options, massive competition… everywhere we turn there’s a massive host of alternatives. But somehow, every so often, a leader emerges. It’s someone who somehow figured out a way to do whatever it was remarkably better than everybody else. Somehow they […]
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Decisions Determine Direction. The point is that everything matters, even the small things. They matter to God (he’s Omnicaring), and it should matter to you, because every decision you make impacts the direction of your life. If, for instance, you’re heading on a course due north, in a perfectly straight line, and then you vary, if […]
Back when I was learning to drive, I had this really obnoxious drivers-ed instructor who would reach his hand out the open window and smack the roof of the car, sending you into severe shock and making you slam on the breaks. Then he’d lecture you about paying attention to your surroundings, and looking in your rear-view […]
Way back in high school, I drove this old (to put it mildly) Chevy pickup truck. It was a couple shades of brown, and my friends and family called it “the log”. It had true character though, and I drove it with love in my heart. “Chicks dig it” I’d say, even though I’m pretty […]
Entropy. It’s a concept that describes the natural deterioration of order. It’s a process of degeneration that begins almost instantly, in almost everything. Buy something new and almost instantly it begins to show signs of being used (at least if you live in my house, with 6 kids). Learn a whole bunch of things and […]
My father had a quote by Theodore Roosevelt framed and hanging on his office wall. I memorized it early and reflect upon it often. “It is not the critic who counts, not the one who points out how the strong man stumbles, or how the doer of deeds might have done them better. No, the […]
I grew up in the midst of poverty, homelessness, little or no food, sometimes no running water, or heat, or friends, or anyone. My dad left when I was 2, and when I was 11, my mom left too.
But I discovered that people can be strong. That they can overcome. That sometimes they just need to be given a chance, or a little help.
For 39 years I’ve been preparing to publish my discoveries. Now I’m finally doing it.
Studying cognitive and behavioral psychology in college, with an executive career in engineering and business leadership, I've synthesized what I've learned into a movement called Life-Engineering, the science of success.
Drawing from fields like neuroscience, cognitive and behavioral psychology, behavioral economics, engineering, even physics, I’ve identified underlying principles that allow you to take control of your life and engineer your success.
Escape Velocity describes what is required for an object to leave the gravitational pull of the earth.
In life, you're also held captive by gravitational pulls. The pull of your past, of your self-image, your beliefs, your environment, peers, and more. Escape Velocity shows you how to escape the gravitational pulls holding you back, so you can change your life and experience the greatness you are capable of achieving.