I’m not your typical millennial. I’m happily married with 3 children ages 5 & under. I’m under 30 and have worked full-time since I was 14 years old
while attending school and plugging into athletics, music, and theater.
I have owned 5 different companies and worked in areas of client relations, consulting & quality control for over 13 years. My family is a massive
part of my life. We have 3,
rabella out of the 6 we plan to have. Notice the K.E.A. out of K.E.A.R.N.S.
to make our Kearns clan!
Outside of CS3, I run a couple of small businesses and have a family of 5! I have a small consulting firm and am a wedding and events DJ. My 3 beautiful
kiddos are all 5 & under. I also am very focused on getting in great physical shape. Finally, I have the most incredible and supportive wife that
works on personal development religiously as I do. We have mentors, read, listen and associate at quarterly conferences with experts in the areas of
connecting & leadership.
A great idea must have a true purpose and thought behind it. It must have a lasting impact on either yourself or others to be truly great! Most importantly,
it must be remembered and have action & passion behind it. Where there is no follow-through & no passion, it was simply an emotionless moment
In my first experience snowboarding, I noticed a friend was going very fast about 10 yards ahead of me and started to lose control. I tucked down low
to pick up speed and come after him because there was a construction guard (made of plastic) by a drop off! I caught up with him by sliding immediately
after he slid under the plastic guard and grabbed his hand. I then had to pull him up so he didn’t fall down the mountain. What an adrenaline rush!
So, when they say there is such thing as sympathy pregnancy symptoms…they aren’t kidding. I know, I know…I didn’t believe it either until
I reflected on this question a long time ago. First, it was emotional movies like “A Walk To Remember,” “Cinderella Man,” “Warrior,” etc. Then, it
started to spill over into kids’ movies (I'm hearing in my head “BUM BUM BUM!”). I cried when Riley came home and realized how much her parents loved
her (Inside Out)… When Joe saved his daughter he didn’t know about a few weeks prior, Peyton, and she forgave him for acting like a terrible
father & he finally chose his family over money (Game Plan)…Then, when Scott Voss, the overweight high school teacher, won against all odds
to help save his friend’s job and make an impact (Here Comes The Boom). My goodness! The sympathy symptom never went away! If there is a beautiful…or
even sort of special scene in a movie, this guy sheds a tear or two.
is no longer an employee at CS3 Technology