My name is Brian Katzung, and I’m an entrepreneur and small business owner with a background in information technology.
I started working with computers at a young age, and have always had a passion for helping people get more done in less time with less effort by leveraging the power and automation of information technology.
Initially, I focused on software development and computer consulting services, but after reading Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad, Poor Dad and Cashflow Quadrant, I became increasingly intrigued by the possibilities of moving from hourly or salaried “employee” and “self-employed” models to “business owner” and “investor” models in order to take advantage of better time and location flexibility along with the ability to earn an income not limited by the number of hours worked.
Having owned and operated several businesses over the last 20 years, I’ve expanded how I follow my passion by helping others launch and operate their own small businesses. It’s a great fit, as much of the training is delivered via the Internet and many people choose to operate their businesses online.
In my personal time, some of my favorite activities include spending time with my family, photography, video recording and editing, exercising (especially bicycling), reading, and self-improvement.