I began my financial services career back in 2011, primarily working in the insurance field and ultimately navigating my way to becoming a financial advisor. After working with a variety of individuals, families and business owners, I quickly realized that I wanted to help people for a living. Throughout my seven years as an advisor with Mutual of Omaha, I decided to make a change and start my own firm — leading with an unbiased approach and guiding my attention to the point-of-view of my clients.
Before starting my career, I was a student-athlete and two-year starter with a Nebraska football team. Like many other college athletes, my professional sports career was short-lived, and the real world began knocking at my door. It made me realize that I needed to get my finances in order; I needed to plan financially for what my future might hold. I realized many individuals, like myself, did not have the confidence, discipline and patience to successfully manage difficult, and often complex, financial decisions.
When I’m not at the office, you can find me spending time with my wife, Robyn, son, Lane, family, friends, or watching Husker sports games (football, basketball and volleyball). If there’s anything you should know about me, it’s that I love to travel with my wife and friends and enjoy being in the outdoors, especially when I’m kayak fishing.