Just another 30-something traversing life's terrain at a diverging moment. I'm a professional at acquiring knowledge but a master of nothing; my main objective is to seek spiritual growth and evolve in ways that promotes a message of tranquil consciousness. At this junction of my life my most prominent strength of deep, meaningful connections with others has served me well. What does that mean for you, what does that mean for me? I get things done at a pace level by my ability to listen, interpret, evaluate, and sequence the next steps towards the intended goal. Too verbose? Within the confines of my mind language, soundscapes, and static noise simultaneously thrive so I've got plenty of practice when it's time to let the wind out of the bag. I'm a muse and minstrel and spin stories through electronic music. The voyage out of your mind and into your heart represents the profound connection with aural aptitude of which I practice. When I'm charged with the responsibility of problem solving, strengthening productivity skills, bridging arbitrary communication, or even completely facilitating training initiatives my best work ethics come exude. My days function based around a simple, provocative question: "What are my resources?" Spoken by Carolyn Kepcher, these words have resonated with me in times of a job search, in tough conversations with the students that I've taught (and their parents), during my own emotional upheavals, and, like now, anxiety-inducing boredom that I should be doing more with my life. Let's talk. I'm sure it'll be a gratifying experience for both of us.