I wanted to be a brain surgeon. I thought I wanted to be a brain surgeon. I was accepted to West Virginia University’s honors college on a full-ride scholarship, all expenses paid to fulfill my medical dreams. Then … I realized I didn’t have medical dreams. At all. During my junior year, I started writing CD reviews for a small blog, which led to me writing for WVU’s newspaper, which led to me editing WVU’s newspaper, which led to me changing my major, earning a degree in journalism, and working with everyone from UFC champions to Pittsburgh Steelers over the next 10 years. Now, I’m taking everything I learned throughout this process — all the late nights, early mornings, long drives, and red eyes — and using it to help other driven professionals who need a boost. Maybe you have a website that needs some love. Maybe you need to explore new possibilities on social media or you want to promote your business using the latest, greatest techniques. Whatever you need, I’ve probably experienced it throughout my journey, and I want to help.