Evan Loomis

Evan Loomis
“I think this is something everyone should do on a regular basis. I am going to get my employees on a modified version of it.”
—  Evan Loomis

Evan Loomis 31, is using MyEJ.org">MyEJ.org to help him found a green home improvement chain called Treehouse, with the first store opening in Austin. “[MyEJ.org] has changed my life. I’ve asked primary questions I’ve never asked myself before, like what’s my calling. My marriage is better--I can have more meaningful conversations with my wife. “There are three types of learning: Learning to know, which is skills, raw intelligence. Learning to do, where the program forces you to do some experiments in your life, like calling up friends and saying what am I good at/not good at, or going around town haggling about prices, and finally, character—learning to be, forming virtuous habits of behavior over time. “The learning to know is all online--there are games, readings, presentations. The learning to do/be are offline for the most part--then you check in with your guide for accountability. “I think this is something everyone should do on a regular basis. I am going to get my employees on a modified version of it.”

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