Many of us are dealing with serious personal challenges -- challenges we don't hear others talking about openly. That can create a sense of isolation.


I created Go Go Stop Go to create a greater sense of connection by sharing people's stories of dealing with major events, issues, and turning points in their lives. I was inspired to start this project after losing my mother in August 2016.

My mom and I at my graduation from business school.

My mom and I at my graduation from business school.

I’ve been doing better month by month, and having deeper conversations with people about loss and other turning points in their lives has helped. Once I started opening up, other people told me about the issues they're dealing with, including physical and emotional health, relationship, career, loss, and more.

I live in San Francisco with my wife and two kids. Professionally, I work as a product manager, leading teams of engineers and designers to build valuable software products. Normally my life is very busy -- go go go. I've taken some time away from work to take better care of myself and re-connect with family and friends. I've also used the time to work on this project, which has given me a renewed sense of purpose in life.

I can share your story. If you or someone close to you is dealing with a big issue -- in my case it’s been the loss of a loved one, but it could be relationship, career, health, or something else -- I’d be honored to share your story through this show. Everyone is welcome, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, or nationality. Record a SHORT voice memo about your story and email it to GGSGpodcast@gmail.com. Include your name and phone number so I can follow up with you.

Stickers! For a limited time, I have Go Go Stop Go stickers. If you want some, send me an email with your mailing address and I'll mail them to you free of charge.