Founder, Wolf Street Corp.
In his cynical, tongue-in-cheek manner, he muses on Wolf Street about economic, business, and financial issues, Wall Street shenanigans, complex entanglements, and other things, debacles, and opportunities that catch his eye in the US, Europe, Japan, and occasionally China.
Wolf Street is the successor to his first platform…
…whose ghastly name and URL he finally abandoned in July 2014.
Wolf lives in San Francisco. He has over twenty years of C-level operations experience, including turnarounds and a VC-funded startup. He earned his BA and MBA in Texas and his MA in Oklahoma, worked in both states for years, including a decade as General Manager and COO of a large Ford dealership and its subsidiaries. But one day, he quit and went to France for seven weeks to open himself up to new possibilities, which degenerated into a life-altering three-year journey across 100 countries on all continents, much of it overland. And it almost swallowed him up.
MY TWO BOOKS
BIG LIKE: CASCADE INTO AN ODYSSEY, the travel memoir of an almost regular guy who gets totally unstuck in Tokyo.
“A must-read for everybody trying to understand the enigma inside the riddle of Japan.”
“Funny as hell non-fiction book about wanderlust and traveling abroad.”
“Super enjoyable, great antidote to everyday life.”
“And then there is an incredible climax. Let me just say that it’s full of cultural complexity, passion, and shock.”
“Super book, really only put it down to go to meetings, meals, etc. Bravo.”
TESTOSTERONE PIT, a short, edgy, and humorous novel about car salesmen, their customers, managers, and shenanigans at a large Ford dealership. It will forever change the way you think about buying a car. Written by an insider (yours truly).
What a reviewer said:
“Before ordering, I read a review that said this book had too much profanity. Of course, this meant that I had to read it. Anyone who has been in the car business knows that profanity is a way of life. You can either bleep it all out — annoying — or you can sanitize it — not authentic. The characters are true to form, including the customers who are usually left out of the equation as key actors in creating the circus atmosphere at some dealerships. It’s an easy, entertaining afternoon read full of great humor and belly laughs. And, it’s cheaper than a movie.”
…out the window:
Either Queen Mary II and Alcatraz …
Or San Francisco Fog. The marine layer is blowing in from the Golden Gate at sunset and smothers Alcatraz. Sticking out behind it: Angel Island.