I was 14 years old when I had the audacious idea to build the first online “Walmart of Home Services” (to all you younger folks – ‘apps’ didn’t exist back then). That bright summer day, sitting lazily by the pool, was the beginning of a 15-year journey that has felt like an eternity. From WAK Jobs to GladlyDo to Laborocity – through broken relationships, failed drug tests, tragic deaths, and police encounters – from moving back in with my parents to driving Uber to selling my company – I can confidently say I’ve seen some shit.
The purpose of these stories will not be to give advice or instruction, but rather share my personal experience in hopes that anyone reading this will take something from it, even if it’s as small as a simple grin. I’m going to try and publish something weekly and will likely Tarantino your asses and jump between present and past.
Thank you for reading – hope you enjoy.