I've always been a tinkerer. Legos were my favorite growing up. I used to build from the instructions first. Inevitably I'd end up with a massive box of random pieces to pick from, because I wasn't one to keep my Legos on the shelf. My Legos were well-used. And as that box of random, messy Legos grew, I realized how big of an opportunity it was. With that box I could build whatever I put my mind to. Hybrid spaceships / castles / speedboats emerged from the mess.
In my work, I often face complex problems and messy situations where it's unclear how we'll move forward. I think most of us do these days, in fact. To me it feels a lot like looking at that box of Legos; what are the component parts, how do they fit together? That's what I love about what I do. Digging in to messy problems to come out with creative solutions is incredibly rewarding. And it's what I've focused my career on to date: building teams at early stage companies that offer learning solutions to other companies.
I've spent the last 6 years building a world-class learning content team at Grovo and then building and testing social learning solutions at Everwise. Now I'm starting out with a new experiment, called Nextt. We hope that we can empower people to bring their ideas to life by running small, light experiments. It's going to be fun.
Feel free to reach out -- I'd love to hear from you: email@example.com
(inspired by Ajay Rajani, Derek Sivers and the "/now movement")
(Ideas & projects that I've been thinking about and would love your help with)