More about Tyler Garrett and his journey of grinding.
Tyler put himself through college working 3 part-time jobs.
Taco bell, Einsteins Bagels, and Chik-Fil-A.
It’s a path most do not take. The hard path.
Without support from his family or friends, Tyler tried the “american dream” and sprinted.
Before getting his cushy jobs at companies like PepsiCo, Tableau, ExxonMobil, etc…
Like a video game.
Video games are interesting and apply a lot to life.
In a video game, you need to push yourself to get through the first few levels, and you need to be willing to fail over and over.
Tyler Garrett’s College Grind
Gas was $5.00 per gallon and he was forced to move next to campus in Denton, Texas. Tyler rode his bike to work, and 18 hours of semesters at the University of North Texas, where he pursued Business Computer Information Systems, also known as Management Information System.
Tyler used the story of his journey in an Interview with PepsiCo.
Telling the story of riding a bike in the rain, snow, summer, anything to get to 3 jobs, or lots of college classes.
I’m a dad, husband, & blogger who likes to take photos.
In Tyler Garrett’s words.
In my spare time, I enjoy helping others.
Usually this means helping for free and not getting anything in return.
For example, a lot of my friends and people I meet don’t know they can own their own website with no strings attached! So, I do my best to help others by generating WordPress websites, and helping them adopt an independent business without wasting money or time.
Monetizing your time is key, and I love helping people use their time better.
Giving friends and family their time is a solution.
How can we automate that boring shit?
More time is more time with your family, and that’s a big reason why Isabelle and I love traveling between Dallas and Austin, offering digital services to businesses and people like you and me.
We enjoy meeting new people and helping them “ramp up.”
Also, we offer web development, graphic design, photography, and a bunch of other cool stuff we are excited to share with others in our blog posts or service pages.