Rev, co-founder of Salt City Builds, sat down with me over a few beers to talk about his unexpected journey into entrepreneurship, the finer points of “bike surfing”, and how many crashes it took to convert him to helmets.
On Episode #374: Jessica Wise is a badass beyond the bike – she’s an entrepreneur with a global vision. I hope you enjoy the show! Something about riding a motorcycle and feeling confident on it… It gave me confidence, which… Continue Reading
My Dad’s injuries were so severe, the doctors kept setting very low expectations.
He kept making it.
He was in a coma for a few months. When he emerged, he was essentially completely paralyzed. He emerged into the vegetable state Continue Reading
“I know. Someone already told me. They asked me not to tell you who it was.”
There is a very short list of people who this could be, and within seconds, I’ve narrowed it down with 99% confidence. I’m pretty certain it’s my Aunt Maureen – she means well. If only I could have had some knowledge that my Mom already knew. This would have saved me from all of that stress. I’m both frustrated and relieved.
I’ve done a lot of nerve-racking things in my life –
Stand up comedy,
Going out in public in pantyhose and high heels,
Riding my bike naked through the streets of Portland, Continue Reading
Today is Father’s Day. I can’t think of anything I’d rather do than tell you for a moment about the the bad-assery of the OG Duane. Some of you may know that Duane is not my last name, it’s my middle name, my father’s first name. I go by “Paul Duane” for a couple of reasons, one of which, is to pay tribute to my Dad with my work. Continue Reading
Brothers, sisters, and everyone in between-
I have a tale to tell, and I’ve committed myself to the sharing of it.
Of all the story worthy adventures I’ve had, this is by far the most important one, because it’s about the core of who I am and the humans that raised me, and where I’m going.
This story is about the essence of my family culture — but don’t worry. I know you really don’t care about an exhaustive family history, so I’m going to keep that shit very brief — barely enough to set the stage. Continue Reading