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Because I Can't Write About Myself in the Third Person

And if this isn't enough, dig deep and creep.
Because I Can't Write About Myself in the Third Person

In the interest of making these next few moments together as painless as possible, I'll talk about myself in the least self-indulgent way that I can: quickly and simply via lists. Lists!

Me In A Minute: Top Ten Things

I like lists. Especially checklists. They get the work done. I hope these lists work for you, too:

  1. I stopped keeping count of my age after 23.
  2. I was born in the Philippines and raised on U.S. military bases.
  3. I studied Philosophy in college and somehow graduated with honors.
  4. I work across multiple media platforms as a talent, writer, and producer.
  5. I created a multimedia company covering technology, startups, and esports.
  6. I am mostly in my head more than anywhere else.
  7. I made over 10,000 tacos while working at Taco Bell.
  8. I like to get eight hours of sleep a day and train at the gym three times a week.
  9. I automatically smile when I see puppies, babies, and my nieces.
  10. I copy to come up with something new. Don't you.

Halfway Through My Life: 5 Lessons Learned

If I die in my 70's then I've lived half my life. (And any more would be sweet, sweet bonus years.) If so, here are some life lessons from a fairly short life:

  1. Take that leap and believe in something greater than yourself. Have faith that you’ll find sound footing on the other side. Pray.
  2. Talk the talk and walk the walk. A is A. You can’t say you are something or will do something, and then not be that person or not do that thing.
  3. The "simplest" equation to success is probably to work hard and smart and for long enough that you’re bound to meet with Lady Luck.
  4. Leave this world better than when we enter it. I love my nieces. They mean the whole world to me and my family. They deserve the best life possible. All children do.
  5. Sleep more. That’s more of a goal than an actual life lesson right now. But I bet some thirty-odd years from now I’ll say to myself, “I wish I had slept more when I was in my thirties.” Then it'll be a lesson learned too late.

If This Isn't Enough, Dig Deep and Creep

  • First things first, you can Google me.
  • After that, you can attempt to friend me on Facebook (if I'm even still there) or just like my Page.
  • I'm also on Instagram, but like with anything owned by the Zuck, I'm seldom active on those platforms.
  • But I am almost always on Twitter reading everyone else's brainfarts (and sometimes I tweet mine too).
  • For more serious stuff, LinkedIn is where I'm at.