About Me

jeff thumb1 About Me Hi, I’m Jeff Nickles and I write My Super-Charged Life to help people find success and meaning in their life.

I have always believed in living life to the fullest so I have spent numerous hours researching this subject in books and on the Internet.  I take the best of what I find and write about it here making it easy for others to locate and use.

I am presently a corporate IT Director at a large independent insurance agency, but I also have experience as an entrepreneur, consultant, training instructor, and military officer.

I have visited several countries including Turkey, Saudi Arabia, England, Iceland, Mexico, Canada, and the Bahamas.  Besides traveling, I enjoy all kinds of adventure.  I have had the opportunity to fly in an F-15 fighter jet, soar in a hot air balloon, go white-water rafting in Colorado, dive the Palancar Reef in Cozumel, and wonder at the Gullfoss waterfall in southwest Iceland.  All of these experiences have enriched my life and taught me the value of success.

It doesn’t matter how you define success or in what profession you work.  The principles of success are the same.  I hope you find this site useful and encouraging.  If so, please consider signing up to receive my articles for free via RSS or e-mail.

I invite you to start here to learn more about Super-Charged Living.

Please feel free to contact me and let me know what you think.

Have a super-charged day!

Jeff

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