A message from the founder

I have one goal in life: to change the way people think.

Life has always been pretty easy for me. Raising kids, finding work, making friends and just generally enjoying myself. And I found that most all of the challenges I *did* experience were around others with whom I interacted where they didn't have the same viewpoint in life that I did. From the self-involved and flakey types to the downright subversive and mean, I encountered a lot of people who were conflicted. I always kind of understood it, although I never *really* did until I formulated 4Sight.

4Sight was pretty much an accident. I started working on a "self-help mental health web site for youth experiencing adversity" with a psychologist friend of mine in March of 2015. That catalyst, combined with a plethora of demographics and unique situations in my past, led to what is encapsulated in this web site. Honestly, it's kind of hard to explain what *it* really is because, well, it's just how I live, although I think I've done a pretty good job of it. Regardless, it is a completely different way of looking at things, so be ready for that.

In the end, I don't care about making money. Unfortunately, that is something that I have to do in order to make a living. Hence, the services I've created and this web site promoting them. However, what I really want to do is talk to people about 4Sight so that they may learn how to experience life the way that I do without drama and difficulty. I know I can help people and even teams rise up. I've done that very successfully while developing software systems for companies for more than twenty years. And with a little bit of luck and a lot of effort and some income in between, hopefully I'll get this concern off the ground.

Anyway, if you're struggling with something - personally or at work - shoot me an email. I don't mind helping you for free. It's a pretty gratifying process. I'll tell you exactly what's going on, how it got that way and what you can do about it. The rest will be up to you. After all, you can lead a horse to water, but you can't make 'em shave. *You* will have to do the shaving part. So thanks for reading this far. I hope to hear from you. And in case I don't, have a nice life. That's why we're all here anyway, right?

- David
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