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Minus all pics w/my fiance + dog my fav. pic is the one I have with Holyfield.
From 2011-2013 I read 197 books, which led to my 1st book.
I like to take things apart to see how they work (I still haven’t put my vacuum back).
In college I was the #7 position, which is called the flanker.
I am a self-taught web designer, which meant a lot of bugs when I was learning.
Yes, I’m an Android dude versus Apple in case you’re wondering.
Every night I write down ten new ideas in my idea book.
CSS Design Awards
In January & June, 2015 I was nominated for a CSS International Design Award.
I mentor entrepreneurs in 20+ different countries.
Hacking the Valley
An Overview of the Tech Sector from 2011-2013 by Andrew Medal
From 2011-2013 I read 197 books. I studied the tech sector rigorously, and wrote everyday for 730 days straight. I learned so much over those two years and took all of my findings to publish my first book called Hacking the Valley.
I wrote about startup hacks, notable entrepreneurs, strategies used, and startup success stories.