The results of these tests peg me pretty accurately.

Click to view my Personality Profile page

More info about the ENTP.

More info about Multiple Intelligences.

Beyond that I am a 42 year old African-American male. I was born in Mississippi and spent most of my childhood there other than 1972-1976 when I lived in Pittsburgh, PA – Go Steelers! I have 4 brothers and 2 sisters. Most of the time we were raised by a single mother.

As an adult I’ve lived in New Orleans, LA; New Haven, CT; Yazoo City, MS; Oxford, MS; Shreveport, LA; Atlanta, GA; Chattanooga, TN and Greenville, SC. I was in New Haven to attend Yale University, but did not graduate from there. I was in Oxford, MS attending Ole Miss, but didn’t graduate from there either. I finally graduated from the Univ. of TN at Chattanooga.

I’ve been married for 14 years to a wonderful woman from Long Island, NY. I have three beautiful, smart children. We just got a dog. I work as an IT Consultant and Network Marketer. I am a voracious reader. I’m learning Tai Chi, Yoga and Pilates. I used to love lifting weights until I tore my glute and found out I had a cracked vertebra and ruptured discs.

I played football in highschool, graduated in the top 10 of my class. I was a National Merit Scholarship Finalist and won a National Achievement Scholarship. I was student body president and even voted most handsome my senior year. That’s going way back 🙂


13 Comments to “About”

  1. :).. I hope everything is well with you. I enjoy your views on quotes. I do think its wonderful that you do keep a gratitude journal, I wish more people would do that. Life would be as joyful as it is joyful.

  2. My husband and I are looking into taking some Tai Chi classes. I am impressed and amazed with your consistancy and continuance of your gratitude journal. I have experienced with many types of journaling and had a gratitude journal for awhile. It was the most theraputic and uplifting experince. When I did it, I stuck to lists of three. So I am impressed that you keep a list of ten things you are thankful for and to give yourself ten acknowldgments is amazing! Many people don’t give themselves enough credit. I am sure you have benefited greatly!

  3. Thanks for the link to “Gratitude Journal Is Changing My life.” (I am new to WordPress and still finding my way around.) That was very inspiring. It is great to hear what a positive impact that a gratitude journal has had for you.

  4. @serenelullaby I’m glad that was inspiring. I hope you continue and expand your gratitude journal practice.

  5. I love your site. Keep it up !

  6. Its been a while, how have you been?

    • Yeah, been super busy. Not much time lately to keep up with this blog. Thanks for checking on me.

  7. Have stumbled upon your gratitude lists numerous times –
    it is always better to look at the sunnier side of things rather than the clouds, isnt it?

  8. Came by to Wish you and Your Family a Happy Holiday Season. Happy New Year!!

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