So often, we feel that we have something of worth to say, but can't seem find the right place to say it. This pretty much encompasses why I wanted to build this site. The Risky Fox is a bi-weekly publication that serves as a vessel for my thoughts and opinions. Importantly, the content you find here is entirely my own, and not reflective of the companies, clients, or projects I am affiliated with. The Risky Fox is an extension of myself, and only myself. It is opinionated, thoughtful, and aims to spark debate. The content you'll find me writing about will mostly revolve around technology, business, and culture, and how the three culminate around us.
Now, some of you may be wondering what qualifies me to write about such topics and expect you to come back and to ingest more of my work? To that question, I encourage you to visit the About page for all full details. But to summarize, I have over ten years in sales experience, where I was lucky enough to garner an understanding about how businesses operate and adapt to changing market conditions. More importantly, it exposed to me a plethora meaningful dialog with tens of thousands of customers from all walks of life. Academically, my first degree is a Bachelors of Science in health science, and at the moment, I'm working on getting another degree in Marketing and Global Management. Lastly, I also run a commercial and event photography group by the name of Bokeh Blink that grew out of my passion for photography.
It is with all the experiences that I have been through, and will go through, that I hope to deliver worthwhile content for your consumption. One thing you will notice about this site is that there are no comments turned on. The reason is simple: I want to be able to engage with my readers a little more meaningfully than the hit-and-run style of web commenting. The best way to get in touch with me is through Twitter. If you wish to be a little more anonymous, there is also a Contact page you can use. Thank you for reading thus far, and a I hope to see you back again. Cheers.