It was back in 1980 when his world tumbled down into debris. Traveling through Syria, the military shot both his parents. They all nearly lost their lives in the warzone.
In the aftermath of the events, the single truth about life became omnipresent in his mind:
One day will be the last one.
While this is common sense, he noticed that he didn't live his very own life in the spirit of that truth. At that point, his quest to search for deeper meaning started. Along the way, he noticed that many people did seem to struggle with the ongoing discrepancy between the life they desired and the life they led. With that, his interest shifted from information science to human science. How would one go about living the life one truly wants? What are the methods and habits one would have to adapt to make that happen?
Over the years, it became clear that there is no single answer to these questions. Just as with anything in life, what works for one does not necessarily work for the other. However, he found that some fundamental principles are at the core of claiming back one's life. He wrote The DART Principle because of his desire to share and help other people reclaim ownership of their lives towards the life they truly want.
He is here to help you develop principles, strategies, habits and routines to lead a considered life that is intentional, reflected and sustainable.