I attended Georgia Tech for two years, and eventually graduated from The Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. I have studied as much of the world as I possibly can - my childhood encouraged me to enthusiastically pursue the truth about everything.
I have helped people learn to learn about all kinds of things for most of my self-conscious life. My grandma was a teacher for 32 years, and she inspired me to begin professionally sharing knowledge when I was a wee lad of just fourteen years. Today, I think of myself as a guide - my goal is to simply reveal the paths that other people might want to follow, and sometimes to clear paths that haven't been walked in awhile. The traveler must make the journey.
If you need me to drive farther than two miles, I may be able to accommodate that, but I will need to charge $15 per hour of travel time (including my return trip).
My experience as both a professional and casual guide spans many subjects, including language, literature, math, science (psychology, biology, physics, etymology, and more), logic, philosophy, history, music, religion, billiards, chess, spirituality, and love.
I don't like to call myself a teacher because the connotation is too active for my tastes. In other words, a teacher is expected to put thoughts into someone else's head by teaching, and I believe that this kind of thinking ignores the true nature of learning. Learners, not teachers, are primarily responsible for bringing new knowledge into mind. If a human chooses to seek knowledge, they will find knowledge - but a human who is not seeking will find very little. This reality places massive responsibility on the shoulders of the traveler (the learner, the seeker, or the student) who hopes to gain new insight. In my experience, when people are taught to pass that responsibility to someone else - a teacher, professor, or whatever - their intellect suffers. Therefore, I do my best to be a humble guide. I will reveal as many paths as I possibly can, and I will do my best to clear any major obstacles so that you can see what the paths actually are. But, ultimately, travelers must walk those paths in order to learn how to guide themselves.
Struggling to find your own best paths? Send me a message - I would love to try to help!
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