As you may have guessed by the name, Executive in Sweatpants is a movement for business professionals who are seeking “something more” from their careers.  Over the past few years, I have built a very successful work from home consulting business.  My goal with this project is to help inspire and motivate business professionals to embark on the entrepreneurial journey they’ve always considered.

In today’s marketplace, it is easier than ever to start your own business.  If you own a computer and are willing to work hard, I’m convinced that you can be successful.  However, to be successful in anything, you need a game plan.

I’ve Done It…& So Can You!

Several years ago when I first started my business, I quickly realized most work from home “systems” were total scams.  Executive in Sweatpants is the opposite of a work from home “system.”  It is simply the personal narrative of how I successfully launched and grew my own home company.  In the book, on this website, and in other publications, I believe you will find the message to be very straight-forward and easy to understand. I would encourage you to read some of what people are saying about my book before purchasing it. It may not be right for you, but I am very proud that it has been helpful for some people. Of course if you have any questions, feel free to contact me.

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The Executive in Sweatpants story has been featured by these major industry organizations. Click the links to read more.

The Dave Ramsey Show

Entrepreneur.com

Time Magazine

Fortune.com

Elance.com

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Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (IA Magazine)

Xerox.com

Content Marketing Institute

BostonGlobe.com

Critical Mass Coast to Coast

San Diego Reader

WENG 1530 AM Florida

IBPA (Independent Book Publishers Association)

American Hope Radio Network

MattMcWilliams.com

Allocadia

…and many others!

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