Since becoming a father, I think often about the legacy I will leave behind.
No, I don’t care about being some D-list Internet celebrity. (I don’t have the patience for the trolls.)
But, I have spent an absurd about of time getting “dialed in.”
And, in doing so, I’ve accumulated a vast repository of knowledge that’s mostly in my head.
My initial thought was to put it in a journal or write letters to my son to pass it on to him but, on second thought, I decided that if I share it here others may benefit as well.
Meet the team
Ryan is an entrepreneurial-minded business strategist passionate about solving complex problems, cultivating strategic relationships and developing solutions to drive measurable return on investment. For the last 10 years, he’s worked behind-the-scenes to drive results for a breadth of companies including: Fortune 500 companies, top academic medical institutions, seed-funded start-ups, D1 universities, and a number of local businesses. (Testimonials here.)
When he’s not chasing the kiddo around, he enjoys reading (yes, again!), writing, running, and good conversations with great people.
Follow Ryan on Twitter – @RyanStephens
Alaina is an empathetic businesswoman passionate about planning, scheduling, calendars and logistics to streamline the chaos of everyday life as a full-time working mom with one big kid at home (Ryan) and one tiny human (Rhett). For the last 10 years, she’s dabbled in a little bit of everything when it comes to marketing, advertising and event planning, mostly in the niche of B2B industrial companies.
Along the way she’s spent a lot of time reading chick lit books, studying how to keep a small child alive and happy, and sharing wine with her girlfriends.
She’s been a featured expert on living with an irrational woman and how to deal with an aloof male in your household. (No immediate media sources available.)
When she is not reminding Ryan to chase the kiddo around, she enjoys bubble baths, reading, running and good conversations over drinks at happy hour.
Living Our Best Life
A short insight into how we try to level up as a family: The Stephens Family Commandments