Justin in Los Angeles

  • joined May 16, 2009
  • last login Aug 12, 2012
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1. The most important thing in my life is my lovely wife Nina. Abraham Lincoln spoke of "the better angels of our nature." She is that to me and so much more. 2. I grew up poor, had a tough life, and barely graduated from high school. I turned my life around, worked hard, graduated from UCLA, and built a private real estate investment company with my brother from almost nothing. Today our company has between $50-$60 million in assets.

Recently, my partner and I did not see eye to eye on the direction of the company and I was forced out.

At 39 years old I find myself starting over, but that's okay because I believe in myself. I never would have imagined that I would accomplish what I did with my business, and I look forward to the next phase in my life and where it will take me.

Always try to remain positive in life, take responsibility for your actions, and work hard. If you do those things you can accomplish anything.

I currently write for the Bleacher Report about the Indianapolis Colts, anf for some time served as a featured columnist. I am grateful that I have the luxury to do this for the pleasure of it, instead of worrying about making money at it. It takes a lot of the pressure that other writers I have talked to on here feel.

I am also known on Sirius NFL radio as Justin from Los Angeles

My goal is to write articles about the Colts that are thought provoking, and outside of the norm.

I also like to teach the X's and O's of football so that the average fan will have a better understanding of the game.

If I can accomplish these two things then I will be very happy.

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