I am jason.
I’m anything but traditional.
For years, I viewed my non-traditional background as a negative to be hidden deeply within my soul. I hoped for it to never be unearthed, since it would reveal me as an imposter.
However, recently, I’ve come to grips with the fact that it’s actually my past that intrigues people the most and sets me apart from others.
Before starting my writing and marketing career in 2014, I worked in the service industry for most of my life (starting at the age of 12 in a bar in Soulard). And, by the time I finally graduate college with my Bachelor’s degree at the end of 2019, it will have taken me close to 20 years to earn that four-year degree.
Of course, that’s just scratching the surface of who I am and what kind of life I’ve led.
You can read about my past (my in-laws tell me I share too much) with some of my Medium articles.
Or hear me tell part of my life’s story on episode 19 of this KDHX podcast.
You could also pick up some pieces of me inside my first self-published book–Keep Creating: 83 ways to keep creating the things you love.
The crabwise benefits of such a life at odds with most of the people I’ve met in this industry are:
An unsurpassed work ethic
and a firmly lodged chip on my shoulder that prevents me from ever being too satisfied with the job I’ve done.
I also have a deep appetite for creating things.
Regardless of how you found me or the reason you decided to read this far down the page, I’m happy you stopped by. And if you’d like to get ahold of me, you can at jmflamm @ gmail dot com. If you’d rather cyber stalk me instead, feel free to click one of the links below.
I’m looking forward to it (yes, even the stalking).