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  • 9 References 5 Confirmed & Positive
  • Fluent in English
  • 50, Male
  • Member since 2011
  • Management and Sustainability Coach
  • Northeastern University and Tufts University (Dual degree...
  • From Boston
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About Me


Learn as many ways as possible to understand people and the earth; encourage others to preserve and enjoy it while making the most of life and making adventure my legacy.


I am interested in science and humanity how we behave, interact, causal effects. I love the human experience and the ability to appreciate what is happening to us, especially when we expand our thinking. Living is a once in a lifetime experience; I want to live it to the fullest.

PHILOSOPHY's that simple (about people, things, places etc.)

Why I’m on Couchsurfing


Couch Surfing is one of the amazing elements of social networks, which I am writing a book on (Peering into the Future). I relish the opportunity to engage in dialogue, conversation, debate, and knowledge building with other people. We are the living laboratory, and it is fantastic to be a part of that experiment. I have met some of the most amazing people in CS and will continue to work to make CS a permanent part of my life based on the types of friendships I have already formed. I follow the path of things I believe in; whether it is volunteering on Boards or participating in a Big Brother Big Sister program. I advocate for the underdog when I believe they are justified in what they do. I embrace learning new thing and engaging in dialogue for a different perspective.


I am super excited about this element of social networking. I know it is going to add amazing stories to my life. My first experience was in Phoenix. Joy opened her heart, and her soul by inviting me to a annual family cookout. I managed to bond with life-long friends and family members. I am excited to see what the rest of my CS experience will yield. My hope is to contribute to it equally.



My interest include gardening, running, cycling, observing, reading, diving, traveling,hiking, walking, writing, photography, sailing meeting new people, talking, learning, performing arts, preserving the natural environment, cooking, growing plants/ gardening. I also enjoy horseback riding, motorcycle riding, making furniture, carpentry and plumbing. Diving from the sky or deep into the ocean are my favorites.

  • arts
  • writing
  • books
  • performing arts
  • photography
  • causes
  • environment
  • cooking
  • running
  • walking
  • gardening
  • reading
  • traveling
  • cycling
  • equestrian
  • hiking
  • surfing
  • scuba diving
  • sailing
  • swimming
  • science
  • volunteering

Music, Movies, and Books

Movies: Casablanca, Usual Suspects, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, Deer Hunter, World According to Garp, Tequila Sun Rise, Star Wars, American Gangster, All the Clint Eastwood spaghetti flicks, Swordfish,Smart People,Road to Perdition, Da Vinci code, Finding Nemo etc.

Music: 70's and 80's pop, rock, and JAZZ

BOOKS: Origin of Species, Hot Flat and Crowded, Kite Runner, Bird by Bird, Catcher in the Rey, Infinite Jest, Ask and It Is Given, epidemiology, The Mesh, Collaborative Consumption, nearly all of Noam Chompsky's work, Friedrich Nietzsche work

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

Deep sea diving (swimming with turtles) is the most amazing experience where you can immerse yourself in a different world. Sky diving was amazing but not quite as wondrous as sea diving. Seeing people every day is amazing- any living creature is a product of an amazing evolutionary process. I am thrilled to be alive and know the human experience. Riding my motorcycle at 206 mph; watching the most amazing sunsets in Grand Junction Colorado and Jamaica. Writing-- to serve other people and good causes.

Teach, Learn, Share

Help people learn about embracing life and can be comfortable embracing each other; in this respect, P2P consuming and engagement is transformative vehicle.
Learn: I want to learn more where people have been, what their cultural experiences are and see the world from their view

Countries I’ve Visited

Belize, Brazil, Canada, Costa Rica, El Salvador, France, Germany, Italy, Jamaica, Mexico, Spain

Countries I’ve Lived In

United States

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