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Hi I'm Gregg.

I'm a marketer. I'm a cyclist. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a marketer working in the ski industry who also blogs, writes code, and watches too much soccer. In the summer I ride my bike a couple hundred miles a week before transitioning to powder turns on a snowboard in the winter. Happily married and living in the mountains of Colorado.

Why I am a Mormon

Religion is something that brings me a lot of balance in life. For all the logical, analytical, and data-driven decisions I make with my work and daily life, I love the fact that the LDS church is all about what you feel. That's how I know that it is right, because I feel it. That's how I know that God exists, because I feel it. That's how I know everything related to everything religious, because I feel it. It's not easy trusting those feelings, but that, to me, is a large part of what life is about: doing what it takes to ask the tough questions, feel the answers, and then stick to them when you return to the noise of daily life.

How I live my faith

A co-worker recently asked me about the fact that I don't drink coffee or alcohol. These are just two things that I choose not to do because of my religious beliefs. I didn't have sex before I was married, I don't swear, I don't shop on Sunday and I attend church each week. The feeling I got from my co-worker was that these things seemed restrictive, like i was missing out. Maybe I am, but I've found that living at life with personal commitments that I keep on a regular basis is much more fulfilling, happy, and less worrisome than not. These are things I believe I should do or not do in my life. So, in a nutshell, I live my faith by living what I believe and sticking to my personal commitments.