Powerful Beyond Measure

Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be?

My Story Starts Where My Limits Ended

Hey Friends, 

My name is Zeth.  I graduated college in 2005 with a degree in psychology and grasped for the first sign of a pay check to support myself. I landed in social services where I was going to be an under-paid professional that makes a difference in people's lives.  However, it was not my calling. 

A decade later I was introduced to the Hustle.  If you're an entreprenuer you know what I'm talking about.  The inscesent grind to start from nothing and build a something that completely changes your life forever.  The pursuit of a life where you don't know a work life balance because you're always balanced, even at work. 

My Calling Was Marketing. 

I love every aspect of it.  I love that marketing has endless potential to take a great idea and turn it into an explosive business that truely shakes the world.  

So I live in Albany Oregon with my beautiful Latina wife and our Spanish speaking white children.  (They can thank me for that.)

Zeth and Lily
Zeth and Wyatt

I love the Pacific Northwest. My favorite things to do are right here: 

•  I enjoy hiking or trail running from my backyard.  
•  Nothing hits the spot like a good clam chowder and beer. 
•  I hate traffic, so most of Oregon is awesome. 
•  I can't think of a more relaxing place than the beach. 
•  People seem to just be nicer here. 

My two boys are Wyatt and Gabe.  They are being raised in a bicultural family and there is nothing more entertaining than watching them speak Spanish to someone that didn't expect it. My wife, Lily, is a Latin fireball.  She's cute when she curses in Spanish and challenges me to not settle in life.

I believe that inspired people are a dime a dozen.  It's the doers, day after day, often doubted and going home tired that I want to be like.  Why?  Because when I tell my story in 5 or 10 years about how I accomplished what I did, it will be more important to hear my Grit for continuing than my inspiration for starting.  

Life is ...


Zeth Owen