Chris who?

I’m obsessed with education.

I help education companies be more productive.

I use Lean, Agile, Empirically-Based Learning, and Industrial models to make it happen.

I’m an autodidact who likes to build, scheme, goof, and burn a LOT of energy.

I blog, I write old-school sales copy, I run, I bike, I create music, and I enjoy a healthy share of general mischief.

As you can see from my site, I like to live pretty minimally. I believe in living a life of social purpose, using things and loving people.

How I’m spending my time:

I spend most of my time with Learn With Bricks/AllAccessLabs,

operationalizing massive LEGO®, MINECRAFT® and STEM events for kids to make learning fun, memorable, and useful. In a nutshell, we produce educational rock concerts for kids. It’s literally awesome.

I write for a few publications on Medium.com. Here are some popular posts I’ve written:

These 11 Rules Will Change Your Life Forever

The 4 Scientific Reasons Your Last Relationship Failed

One Way I Learned to Let Go of Perfectionism and Stop Procrastinating

I write for my own, personal, daily newsletter. Here’s a post I wrote:

You’re Getting Better at Whatever You’re Doing Right Now

I mentor students at Uncollege, fellows at TFA, and changemakers at the co.space.

One of the values that I love in business and entrepreneurship is the concept of “paying it forward.” If we want to raise a species and culture of amazing people, we’re going to have to give back and help them avoid some of the obstacles we’ve each faced. I strongly value this idea and make this action part of my life.

I run an annual 5k race to celebrate healthy habits and raise some money for lung cancer research with some friends.

After being a smoker for ~9 years, I finally quit in the summer of 2014. My friend Meg and I decided we should celebrate by turning a bad habit into a healthy one. So we run 5k together with our friends to celebrate healthy habits every year. We make no money from this. Any funds collected from this are immediately donated to lung cancer research. Our goal is to make this new habit at least 10 years old.

That’s me.

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