Welcome to the Extreme Health Zone…
To the left is a picture of me and my family last Easter.
As you can see, like you, I’m just a regular person.
But I do have a set of skills that has only been used in the ‘business’ community over the past decade…
It’s a skill-set that will be invaluable to us as we move froward in this adventure together.
I’m a research fanatic and I don’t like the health establishment keeping the truth from us.
Frankly, I was reluctant to put this site online, but I feel that I have an obligation to the world to bring this knowledge forward.
It’s US vs. THEM folks… and we if we continue to let them rule our health, mind, and spirit… then what chance do we have in evolving?
Not much, if you ask me.
But I’m here… and change will occur. I can’t do this alone though.
I NEED you.
I need you to be a researcher too. An extension of me. As you uncover news, suppressed knowledge, useful tips on health, wellness, fitness, mind, or spirit… I need you to tell me so that I can spread this knowledge.
In case you are wondering, here’s my life story…
I was born in Houston, Texas on June 18th, 1971.
My parents were (and still are) incredible people. I can’t say that a person could be more blessed by having them as parents.
My grade school years were great too.
I had a ton of friends, played every sport imaginable, and got along well with others. Respect was ALWAYS a big deal to me, so all of my elders enjoyed having me around as well.
Around the 6th grade, I began getting picked on for being too skinny.
In the 7th grade, I wasn’t allowed to play Football as the coach at the school felt that I was too skinny to play (even though I had been playing street ball since I was 5).
In the 8th grade, I started to rebel and do stupid things… like drugs.
In hindsight, it was a form of depression.
My childhood friends were no longer my friends as we moved into the high school years.
I bonded to a group of thugs (for lack of a better word).
They accepted me and that’s what I needed at the time.
Unfortunately, their influence had me going down the rabbit hole of drug use (abuse).
After getting in trouble countless times, my parents were sick of it and I ended up in rehab.
That was the best thing that could have happened to me. I was introduced to the 12 step program and had to face some very uncomfortable realizations about where my life was moving to.
My grades in school were horrible (I had to repeat grade 12 twice). Every college that I applied to rejected me.
Lucky for me, I knew how to make money. I was an entrepreneur/hustler since the age of 12 when I had my first lawn business, so while I wasn’t going to a mainstream college, I figured that community college and a job of some sort would suffice.
My first year in college was a disaster. I was working full time, going to school full time, playing when I could, and not taking anything seriously.
At this point, I had a real life decision to make.
I needed to grow up and become a man. I was slipping back into the drinking/drugging. The women I was dating weren’t ‘ladies’, and my job was a dead-end.
That was a major defining moment in my life. And one to this day, I am ever grateful for.
My job in the AF was as a security policeman. Despite being taught a skill that would last me a lifetime, it did take me around the world and had me make some incredible friendships (many that last to this day… 20 years later).
As I recall those times, I even fell in love for the first time. She was an incredible woman. Very loving and giving, but I wasn’t ready, nor knew how to be a man, and was just a jerk to her.
Live and learn, I suppose.
When I got out of the Air Force, I got a job as a bank teller, and then quickly progressed into the online banking department of a major Texas bank.
The pay was decent and it allowed me to pursue some other interests (like my own business).
Being that I was in ‘technology’ and had a natural skill for it, I found another job in the oil/gas sector. This progression of positions in oil/gas lasted for 10 years. I loved the business and was good at what I did.
But when my little ‘dot com’ company began to make more (as in triple) what my day job made, I quit.
And haven’t looked back since.
I’ve been self-employed for a long time and can’t imagine living any other way.
As you read in the beginning, I’m now married with 2 awesome kids.
I know that this was long-winded, but it’s important to me that you know who’s writing to you. My goal is to make at least 5 posts per week and keep the Facebook page updated daily.
But I need your interaction. Being a one-man team is fine, but I see this as a community.
So join me on this quest for extreme health!
The more, the merrier, and the more that will change the world.
I have an ‘Insiders‘ membership (it’s free), please join it. This is where we can talk about things that ‘others’ (THEM) might not want us to say… so we’ll just say it privately.