Welcome to my website! My name is Daniel. I am terrible at introductions, so bear with me as I push through this.

Some background info . . .

I am a writer at heart. I discovered blogging shortly after college. I have owned more websites than I care to admit.

SEO and internet marketing took me on a lengthy sabbatical from writing, and I long to return to writing for writing’s sake in the near future.

Originally from Texas, I relocated to the hill country of Tennessee and raised goats, chickens, guineas and rabbits for five years. I studied permaculture and restorative agriculture during that time.

Our family now calls Florida home. We live near the most beautiful beaches, and we only have to flee for our lives once or twice a year.

My Mission In a Nutshell

I want to challenge the questions you ask and the assumptions you make. Not just to stir the pot (though I was nicknamed “Mister Controversial” at one company), though stirring the pot is a joy in itself.

Regret is Enemy #1. I despise it. I have plenty of it in my history. And I’m now on a mission to help people ask the questions they haven’t asked before that just might lead to a life-changing decision. Little bitty course corrections make a massive impact on long-term direction. I don’t want to miss out on the best things that are possible, and I don’t want you to miss out either!

Other Places I Contribute

Years ago I launched a few dozen websites and sold a few along the way. There are only one or two places I can be found online these days…

I share reflections that you might relate to at Supposed.ly.

My wife writes for Mommypotamus.com. It’s a blog about real traditional foods, natural remedies, and detailed research on a variety of health, wellness, pregnancy, and baby related topics. I wrote a few times there years ago, but I’m mostly involved behind the scenes now.

I’m drawn to people who are:

  • Eager to learn
  • Aware of their unique giftings and purpose
  • Focused and highly skilled in those gifts
  • Passionate about what they do
  • Excellent communicators
  • Humble and sincere

I want to hear from you. Drop me a note on my contact page.

~ Daniel D.