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Hi I'm Greg

I was born with Tourette's Syndrome, I'm a husband and father, an entrepreneur, I love sports and the outdoors and I’m a Mormon!

About Me

I’m a former professor of physical education and outdoor recreation turned entrepreneur. After having pursued a career in professional football, I decided to open an athletic training and fitness facility that included everything from boxing and kickboxing, a rock climbing wall, and plyometric equipment to one of the largest selections of power lifting equipment in the Inland Northwest. I also went on to pursue degrees, endorsements and certifications in related fields such as Physical Education, Outdoor Recreation, Search and Rescue, Emergency Response and Coaching. I’ve guided professionally and served as an EMT, Wilderness-EMT and a First Responder Instructor. Over the years I’ve coached various sports and taught such classes as entrepreneurship and leadership, physical education and emergency response to whitewater guiding, mountaineering and wilderness survival. Finally, realizing the potential of the Internet and the opportunity it presented entrepreneurs, I started my first online business in 1999. This business started me on a path of self-study and Internet entrepreneurship that has led to numerous online properties and extensive experience in Online Marketing. I now work as an online marketing consultant for businesses, along with owning and developing my own web properties.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in another faith and always had questions that I never was able to find the answers to. Over time I became lost and then I met my wife who introduced me to the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. As I studied the doctrines and principles of this Church and compared them to the scriptures, and as I read the Book of Mormon, I began to find those answers I had been looking for. Well, this made me pretty uncomfortable, so I decided to put it to the test and find out if it was true or not... So I prayed and asked and God answered. The rest is history...

How I live my faith

If you stand in the middle of the road, you get hit from both sides. If you live the Gospel halfway its hard, even at 90% its hard, but at 100% it actually becomes easier. Jesus Christ said "my yoke is easy and burden is light", I believe that applies to how we live our faith, so for me its all or nothing.