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March 16 2013

Parties at Leadscon

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So far we have our Invite only event in my penthouse where I will be covering more about our teams research on exact points of Panda and Penguin and how we have created recovery and some serious increased rankings with 7 figure increases.

It will be a back room, invite only, open bar, great food event in my penthouse at the mirage on exact points that we are using to beat Panda and Penguin, and recover sites.

Tuesday night at 6:15

Here is the application.


Tuesday at 9pm there is a poker tournament at the Mirage.


On Wednesday night there is the official leadscon party.

What other parties and special events do you know?

March 17 2012

Mrs. Soapbubbles

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This song is for Mrs. Soapbubbles.

October 15 2011

Avelyn just rode her bike without training wheels!

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In what is possibly the biggest news to hit the internet in a decade, Avelyn for the first time rode her bike today without training wheels!!!!

And word on the street is, she has stopping down pretty well as well!

October 15 2011

night surfing with blue lights in La Jolla

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After work tonight, deuces and I decided to go surfing. I had heard there was phosphorescence, which is when there is a certain type of algae, that lights up when disturbed. It is very rare, and only happens every year or two. A few years ago, my wife and I had gone to see it in the evening, and watched the waves break with little bits of light, almost a sparkle. It has to be very dark to see it.

Well, tonight it wasn’t as dark. In fact the only reason we could go night surfing is that the La Jolla Shores Hotel has bright lights, which light up the surf enough, that you can go surfing if it is not too big. The down side is that you can not see the wave until is it about 4 feet away. A few times tonight, we were talking and got slammed by a surprise random wave.

We parked my truck, easy to get good parking since it was night!, and walked to the water. It was a lovely night, a little overcast, and fairly cold. With this years Boz wetsuits, (Go Harry!) we were toasty warm.  I kid you not, these are THE BEST wetsuits in the world, and very affordable. This years suit, is this new super amazing Japanese fabric, which literally feels like you are wearing pajamas, and lets in almost no water. I can duck dive, and it feels like a dry suit.

Well Deuces and I were in up to about our stomachs, and I hear her scream, I look down and scream myself! What I see is that as our legs are moving through the water, it looks like someone has a blue flashlight, and is shining all around them under water. Fricking blew my mind. We start splashing, and laughing, and gushing surprise. She jumps on her board and starts paddling.

Every arm stroke made a splash of this dramatic blue color. I have a picture on this blog, that was taken by Ana Phelps on a different night, which actually shows the color when a wave broke. This is not a touched up photo, this is the actual color and brightness. It was just mind blowing. The trail behind Deuces that she left as she paddled, was a dance of blue light.

I spread my fingers and drug them through the water, and behind each finger was a train of blue light, as if I was finger painting with light.

It was so extreme that I commented that no one was going to believe us, and that if you saw the same thing in a movie, you would think it was bad special effects since it was so extreme. In all the decades I have gone in the ocean I have never seen anything like it.

It was one of the most lovely things I have ever seen in nature in my entire life. Just breathtaking, and I am sure a once in a lifetime opportunity.

Thanks Deuces 😉

October 10 2011

How to steal from the biggest names in info marketing – Literally

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So today I was going to stop by Mike Koenigs (huge name in info marketing) and Vivian Glyck’s house to sign an agreement.

I just am getting to know Mike, and I had never met Vivian, but have been trying to promote her charity.

I arrive at their house, in a very lovely suburban neighborhood of San Diego, not far from my house.

I pull up with that, “want to make a great first impression” kind of feeling. I even made sure I had on a fairly new t-shirt,

shaved, brushed teeth, all that fancy stuff.

Vivian thought I was going to drop a document in her mailbox, and I thought that she had left it for me waiting in the mailbox to sign.

So I arrive at the house, grab an envelope out of the mailbox, and head back to my car to get a pen, tearing the envelope open as I walk.

Just as I have ripped open the envelope, Vivan opens the door, and says hello. I turn around, and walk back, holding the contents of the envelope in my hand, and say “hello!”

I then realize, that I am not holding the document I expected, but instead a check for $1800 that is not made out to me. Ooops. Awkward.

I then greet Vivian and say, ha, ha, ha, I just accidentally took this out of your mailbox! ha, ha, ha….ha

Nothing like meeting someone for the first time while stealing checks out of their mailbox.

Great way to make a good first impression.

Of course she was cool with it, and after hitting me with the envelope, we sat and had a good laugh and a two hour talk!

It is really cool hearing the behind the scenes of Mike’s life. He is doing some of the biggest numbers, and possibly THE biggest numbers in info marketing. I loved hearing how he runs his empire, and his plans for the future.

Also, Vivians very excellent group to help Africa is having its fundraiser this Thursday. Should be great.

February 26 2011

Just so beautiful

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I just came across this on Wikipedia, attributed to Brandon Lee, Bruce Lee’s son.

It is just lovely.

Brandon died when he was 28, his father at age 32.

Time to get busy 🙂

Well, I would say this: when you move down the road towards mastery of the martial arts—and you know, you are constantly moving down that road—you end up coming up against these barriers inside yourself that will attempt to stop you from continuing to pursue the mastery of the martial arts. And these barriers are such things as when you come up against your own limitations, when you come up against the limitations of your will, your ability, your natural ability, your courage, how you deal with success—and failure as well, for that matter. And as you overcome each one of these barriers, you end up learning something about yourself. And sometimes, the things you learn about yourself can, to the individual, seem to convey a certain spiritual sense along with them.

…It’s funny, every time you come up against a true barrier to your progress, you are a child again. And it’s a very interesting experience to be reduced, once again, to the level of knowing nothing about what you’re doing. I think there’s a lot of room for learning and growth when that happens—if you face it head on and don’t choose to say, “Ah, screw that! I’m going to do something else!”

We reduce ourselves at a certain point in our lives to kind of solely pursuing things that we already know how to do. You know, because you don’t want to have that experience of not knowing what you’re doing and being an amateur again. And I think that’s rather unfortunate. It’s so much more interesting and usually illuminating to put yourself in a situation where you don’t know what’s going to happen, than to do something again that you already know essentially what the outcome will be within three or four points either way.

– Brandon Lee

January 29 2011

Intersection of Worlds – Cirque du Life

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Looking back on 7th grade math class, I remember Tina Rotta, and I remember these little circles being drawn on the board being called Ven Diagrams. All of a sudden I got the concept of how things can connect to things that connect to things.

It became part of a running joke with my friend Mark and I and the cast of Different Stroked, until Dana Plato died. We had Dana show up at a 50’s party I had, and also we would deliver pizza to Jeff Bridges when I worked at Numero Uno pizza.

Cirque du Soleil does this. They brought together all of the best parts of life, art, music, dance, beauty, sex, hot chicks, acrobatics, and even half pipes! The craziest moment of Cirque for me was the final song of Love the first time I saw it, when this angry, disabled older woman was standing there fists clenched, crying her eyes out, singing along, as if it was still 1971. Cirque can be that powerful.

As a chiropractor and an athlete I am in love with the bodies, the motion, and the limits they push themselves past.

So imagine my sheer job, when at the Purpose Inc. XY7 poker tournament at Affiliate Summit, Angel Djambazov introduces me to this quiet, tough and tender looking Russion guy named Vlad. Then Angel says, “He’s in charge of Cirque de Soleil’s e-commerce, and has been asked to bring new marketing innovation to Cirque”

I almost peed in my pants in jealousy.

To me the internet is communication. What a wonderful thing to talk to the world about, Cirque du Soleil.

Vlad has an amazing past, across many continents and countries, but doesn’t want me to brag about him, so I will keep it to that. 🙂

He is the perfect guy for the job at Cirque.

Then after Vlad Vervelsky got knocked out, he quietly asks me if I know anyone who would like to go see O with him right now. I was about 2 seconds of leaving my own poker tournament to go with him, but figured that probably would not work out too well! So instead I grabbed some of the crew who were watching the game, and off they went to see O while the boys played poker.

Imagine going from sitting there watching poker for 6 hours, to being taken to one of the biggest shows in Vegas, by the a bigshot from Cirque’s marketing!

So Vlad added some real extra sparkle to the tournament.

To switch over to a different universe, I grew up in Sun Valle, on the edge of L.A.’s San Fernando Valley, auto wrecking capital of the world. Full of stray dogs, gangs, and empty lots full of fun stuff to blow up or play with in the days before the word toxic dump was invented! Growing up I thought we were rich because our neighborhood was so much nicer than the bad parts of Sun Valley. Later I realize were plain old middle class. After the end of the Jackson 5, and before Michael Jackson became famous, Tito Jackson moved in on our street. I was a little kid, and he was a pop star, so I wouldn’t say we hung out and spun records together, but he would smile and wave, and say hi, every time we parted from our mid street football game.

I then fell in love with Michael Jacksons music. The one section in ABC, “What I neeeeeeed…” is still for me one of the greatest moments of art of all time.

So imagine how tripply excited I was when Vlad said that Cirque is coming out with a Michael Jackson Cirque De Soleil.

My wife and I have seen every Cirqu in Vegas now, except Zumanity, and have even seen some of the traveling tent Cirques.

It is crazy how the world keeps intersecting in and out of all of my different worlds.

I honestly don’t think there are really 4 or 5 billion people out there. I honestly think the number is more like 10,000.

Just enough that I haven’t met everyone yet, but small enough that everyone I ever meet seems to already be connected to me.

January 28 2011

What I have learned about Info Marketing

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It has been an interesting few weeks helping a little with the marketing of Amish’s magic bullet.

If you have been following me I got introduced to the “info marketers” last spring, when I followed Shoemoney to Frank Kern’s event in San Diego.

Now, any of you who know me, know that I spent a lot of time, money, and effort the past 4 years learning every facet of internet business that I can.

I’ve gotten to meet with Execs at facebook, work on building a server that could handle 2,000 requests per second because it needed to, got written up by Matt Cutts on his blog, been made fun of by Danny Sullivan in front of 2,000 people at pubcon, thrown poker tournaments, been the playboy mansion twice, (third time this thursday at Domain fest!), driven Matt Mullenweg to Dim Sum, been mentioned in lots of press, Spoken at Affiliate Summit, Pubcon, etc., made my own exclusive invite only kinda conference, got known for Video marketing, and on and on and on.

I have set out to experience every nook and cranny of the internet business world, and when I was trained enough have now set off on a few new cool ventures. The new main one, that no one knows about,  is still going to be top secret for a little while longer.

Amish just gave me the opportunity to market to the toughest group in the world, internet marketers. I know a lot of my crowd are CEO’s, finance guys, etc. but all of us sell and market.

What cracks me up is how we as a group market to millions and millions of people a day. Each one of us at a minimum reaches thousands of people a day with our marketing message.

The crazy ass funny thing about me is I love people to market to me.

I love reading good emails. I love seeing good T.V. commercials. In fact I actually often enjoy commercials more than the shows.

Amish, did get thousands of dollars of sign ups through my links. I honestly am not too concerned whether I get the money or not,

but I did get a hell of an experience about info marketing.

One of the really cool things about it, is how personal it is. When I sent out each email, it has my name at the end of it. If you liked the email, you either smiled, signed up, unsubscribed, or just deleted.

I think the hardest part on the recipients are those people who are friends or fans, who just hated the emails.

In fact Scott Richter, the father of affiliate marketing, just sent me an email basically saying he thought my emails were irritating. I love Scott and I know he likes me too. 🙂

I also was talking to the two heads of another big affiliate company at Affiliate Summit, who realized who I was. One of them was saying out loud to me, “I don’t know why I never unsubscribe from your emails?”

I once heard Howard Stern say something to the effect that, “They don’t turn off because they don’t want to miss what is going to happen next”.

I never go negative. Well, almost never. 😉

A lot of people who like to maintain a public presence in our internet business world like to go negative to cause a stir. I don’t.

I just enjoy helping others connect, helping others make their lives better, and laughing my fucking ass off. 🙂

It is tough for the reader to want to be part of that, but also hate marketing messages if I send them.

I think I made it hard on a few people because they had the stress of wanting to see what will happen next,

next event, next conference, next party, or fun video, but also didn’t want to see the sales emails.

Well, thank you to those who signed up for Amish’s thing. Good luck, work hard on it, and ask for

my help if you need it. And for the rest of you, thanks for hitting the delete key, instead of the unsubscribe. 🙂

I honest to god, love the crap out of everyone who reads this, between 5k and 20k people each posting,

and really, really, really am enjoying this run!

Much Love,


January 18 2011

Guest Post – dk’s weight

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My wife sent this to my staff today.

As any of you know, no matter how important the thing, I always find humor in it.Don’t worry, I am actually quite fit, but about a bajillion pounds overweight.

So yes, time for high protein, and low cookies.

I have a great wife. LOL

Hello All,

I have permission from Dave to send you all this e-mail. Hahaha

I have extreme concerns about his weight. If his weight continue to go up…he is at risk for serious diseases…and may get to a point of no return.

He needs to lose weight starting immediately.

He needs to go down on on average 2 pounds a week initially. As he is losing weight, it will gradually be about 1 pound a week.

In order to lose 2 pounds a week, he needs to be in deficit 7000 calories per week. That is his caloric intake per day needs to be about 2000 at his current weight.

I need your assistance in achieving this. From experience, I know that the higher protein diets will help him lose weight…because it will fill him up…without taking in too many calories…it will boring (yawn) and he will not feel like eating.

Examples of good lunches for him are the Chicken dish/Pilaf dish from Trader Joe’s that he has gotten recently.

At Bahia..perhaps a bowl of ground chicken/ground beef…with some salsas to spice it up.

At Chipotle…a bowl of ground chicken/beef…some lettuce and vegetables…corn and salsas

PLEASE NO MORE PIZZA/THAI FOOD/CHINESE FOOD…I know that these are exciting meals for everyone…but I don’t want Dave to die….you will all be out of a job if that happens!!!!!!!!

Love you all…and thank you in your assitance…the goal is not to starve the guy…rather the contrary…have him eat all the protein he wants….minus all the fun acoutraments…..

AND NO COOKIES….Taaaaaaaaaaake those out of his hand…even his mouth if he dares take a bite.

April 4 2010

Earthquake Baby California San Diego Style with a mini Tsunami

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Was just doing taxes. (This is our San Diego earthquake story)

My wife walked down to the lower level, and I felt the house give a little roll.

I yelled to her, “hey, we are having an earthquake”.

I immediately thought of one of my silly things, which is to watch water slosh during earthquakes.

So before it even stopped shaking, I grabbed the pool key and yelled, let’s go see the pool!

As I got out the door, I noticed a little wind, and as we were running said,

“oops, the wind will cover up any ripple waves.”

When we got to the pool it was a different story, the whole pool, about half an olympic size one, was sloshing back and forth,

like a drunk, stumbling, carrying an overfilled beer across the bar, that sloshes out the side.

We stood and watched for about 3 minutes, and it slowly subsided, but never stopped.

Our neighbors just moved to California, and I met them for the first time.

She asked “Does this happen all the time?”

We said, nope, you were just lucky.