About Me


When I was 18 I use to stand outside the airport and watch the planes land. I had heard that you couldn’t fly if you wear glasses. I felt a deep sense of hopelessness when I thought that I would never be able to fly. What I didn’t know was that what I had heard was completely wrong. Not only do pilots wear glasses, but some of the most specialized pilot such as those that fly the Lockheed U-2, or astronauts wear glasses. I learned that you can fly without legs or arms as long as you could use devices to control the airplane safely. Then I learned that there was a deaf pilots association for deaf pilots.

My whole journey from watching the planes land to becoming a commercial pilot and flight instructor was one of those experiences that shook the foundation of how I saw the world. Now I was always looking for what was possible instead of thinking that most goals are not possible.

I retired when I was 35 years old after driving a city bus for 4 years. After reading books like Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki on my lunch breaks I took all my bus driving income and started buying rental property in Texas. Rental property is a little boring, it’s cement, walls, and grass. My real passion is teaching people what is possible for their lives if they can learn to manage their money.