What is Someday Means Never?
It was my mantra, my personal carpe diem. I was hungry for personal growth, and I needed to replace my excuses with actions. Now I’m using this same approach to create a culture of self-improvement. I’m connecting with others who have made the decision to dream big—those who challenge themselves to move forward in the pursuit of their goals and dreams every day.

Wait … is this a blog or a club?
First and foremost, it’s a blog. I found myself speaking those dreadful words, “I love to write, but I just don’t have the time. I’m going to get into writing someday.” Sure.

No, it’s not a club. If it were going to be carelessly labeled, it would be a gang of determined, tenacious, pace-setting champions, and if it’s a gang, it’s a freakin’ riot!

So, who are you? Where do you live?
I’m a military musician living in Waynesville, Missouri. I’m also a husband, Irish Wolfhound enthusiast, aviation fanatic, financial guru, fitness nerd, and lover of all things Open Source. In 2013 I was diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), so this small list doesn’t begin to describe all of the things I am passionate about. Discovering how my mind works has had a tremendous impact on my life, but that story is in a different blog.

How can I be a part of Someday Means Never?
It’s easy. If you’re beginning a new personal challenge, or if you want to share your triumphs—whether they are small first steps or monumental achievements (or both)—just connect with these four little letters: SDMN. Tag your blog posts with them, or dedicate an entire category if you’re on a roll! Document your victories on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter with the hashtag #SDMN. Spraypaint it on the side of your Volvo if that’s your style. In fact, if you do that, send me pictures.


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