David Faroz Precht is a writer, reader, learner, cooker, baseball watcher, technophiler, science-fascinated-byer, social media user, and conversion lover living in the Highlands neighborhood of Denver, CO. He has visited and lived in various countries (US, Jamaica, Israel, Germany, Austria, Italy, Japan, and Korea) and would like to add many more to that list before his life is lived. He believes that venturing forth, accepting what happens instead of fighting with it or oneself, and finding happiness and comfort wherever you go are the most important aspects of life.
David graduated from Millikin University with a degree in English/Writing, taking five years off from school learning more about himself…also, finding out that his university made a clerical error when he thought first he had graduated. “But that’s life,” he says. His life has been filled with difficulties, but recognizes that the process of living life and being battle hardened only provides us with more experience and better stories to tell. David has worked in and managed teams to develop SoulPancake.com, books, webcomics, social media plans, marketing campaigns, and publishing strategies. He thinks that life is an ongoing, learning process, and always ready to ask questions and simply listen to better understand what a client or friend needs or what the story/book requires.
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Talk about what books we both own and will never read at Goodreads
Become confused by the videos on YouTube
Short burst facts about David Faroz Precht:
- loves the feeling of being swallowed up by the city or tunnels on all sides riding the el or subway.
- prefers instrumental, post-rock tracks/bands while working.
- tries very hard not to dwell on the past and “unpleasant things of life”.
- agrees with Op Ivy: “All I know is that I don’t know / All I know is that I don’t know nothing.”
- believes that everything requires thought and meditation.