Dear Sir or Madam,

"I like words. I like fat buttery words, such as ooze, turpitude, glutinous, toady. I like solemn, angular, creaky words, such as straitlaced, cantankerous, pecunious, valedictory. I like spurious, black-is-white words, such as mortician, liquidate, tonsorial, demi-monde. I like suave "V" words, such as Svengali, svelte, bravura, verve. I like crunchy, brittle, crackly words, such as splinter, grapple, jostle, crusty. I like sullen, crabbed, scowling words, such as skulk, glower, scabby, churl. I like Oh-Heavens, my-gracious, land's-sake words, such as tricksy, tucker, genteel, horrid. I like elegant, flowery words, such as estivate, peregrinate, elysium, halcyon. I like wormy, squirmy, mealy words, such as crawl, blubber, squeal, drip. I like sniggly, chuckling words, such as cowlick, gurgle, bubble and burp.

I like the word screenwriter better than copywriter, so I decided to quit my job in a New York advertising agency and try my luck in Hollywood, but before taking the plunge I went to Europe for a year of study, contemplation and horsing around.

I have just returned and I still like words.

May I have a few with you?"

Those were Robert Pirosh's words but, I got your attention.

Is this a bio...?

A self-starting, strategic, visionary, ideation guru. A driven and passionate learner and leader of leaders with over 10 years of management and leadership experience. Proven ability to inspire, coach, train, and develop team members that consistently outperform competitors. Strong business acumen with focus on consistency, evaluation, and continuous improvement. A trusted business partner with collaborative working relationships across all levels and lines of business. Inspirational leader with proven track record of building team engagement and inspiring high performance in others.

Nah, what about this...?

Ryan Callahan is a writer, musician, missionary, husband to a wonderful wife Rebecca, foster father of 2 and above all else, a disciple of Christ.

Spending a large majority of his working career as a student pastor, Ryan's heart breaks for students who desperately need a guiding light in their lives much as Ryan himself did during his youth. Ryan felt an urge to reach out to the hearts of children through the joy of storytelling.

Better, but not quite. I like this one...

Ryan loves people, especially those that have no voice. He is trying to spend himself on their behalf.

People first, people matter.