My name is Jamie Richards. I live in Grand Prairie, TX….born and raised. Thank you for visiting my page. This is more than a résumé. This page will give you insight to the way I think, plan, strategize and execute ideas that I come up with. Right now, I’m playing the internet roulette game. Stake down as much web property as you can and start building. Something will open up. The right person will see it, and you’re on your way. Could that person be you? Are you the type that can see the future clearly and know what’s fixing to happen in technology, business or more…if so, I’d like to partner with you and bring a new product/brand/service to life. I do have a vision, and I’d love to share it with you. Reach out to me at my email, firstname.lastname@example.org. OR, fill out the contact form below and I promise to get back with you in a hurry. Again, thanks for visiting my site. Have a look around….let me know what you think.
You are now inside the mind of Jamie Richards.
Just like the 3 physical parts of the brain; the cerebrum, cerebellum and the medulla oblongata, I have a voice in my mind that guides me. Some may choose to call that voice God, I do. But in that one voice, there are always 3 distinct types, for lack of better words. The voice I hear speaks of strategy, vision & compassion. This voice is the the guild of my conscious. One thing I've learned on this journey we call life is that you can pretty much hide from anything or anyone, except your own mind. So, throughout this website I will allow you to access the intimate parts of my mind. I will also try to post without hesitation and when I post, I won’t go back and re-edit it. They lay how they lay. However, let me forewarn you, sometimes my utterances can be a little raw, or a little bit too truthful...or untruthful for that matter. Bottom line, I keep it real. So be aware of that before venturing in, because you might be a little surprised at what you might find in the mind of Jamie Richards.
No man can produce great things who is not thoroughly sincere in dealing with himself.
James Russell Lowell