A few things about yours truly, in no particular order:
I get religious about fitness. I look younger than my age. Yeah I know. You have read this in million other profiles. But I do. Your biggest worry should be if I may be a Mr. Benjamin Button. Because that would be awkward if we grew old together, you know.
I am an entrepreneur and trader.
Got my 15 minutes of fame when I got interviewed on a local bay area channel as a diet and fitness "expert" last year. Well it was 7 minutes to be precise. But it was awesome.
Big travel buff over here. Love traveling for exploration, mingling with locals, soaking in their fascinating cultures. I have been to several countries in Europe and Middle East. Just couple of months ago, I came back from Portugal.
I think that non-profits that empower people can change this world for better. I am constantly doing something in that arena outside of my full time job. I had recently launched a non-profit initiative called "Slimming for Syria" that drew quite a response to my surprise.
A big part of living is about savoring my "Now" moments. Whether they are good, bad, enjoyable or just waiting in line at the DMV office. Okay I am pushing it with the DMV thing, but you know what I mean. Speaking of enjoyable moments, I like lots of things and the philosophy is simple. Try anything at least once when you are with a fun company. Usual suspects include wine tasting, stand up comedy shows, movies, yapping over slow drawn sips of coffee/tea, a hike through wilderness, doing community and charity work, dancing, walking, discovering mom-and-pop wineries, trying out new places to eat (Anthony Bourdain anyone?), playing basketball.
I have sky dived solo several times. I have now steered into different areas of interest. But I can always appreciate a sense of exploration and a tendency to learn and have fun. I used to DJ at clubs when living in Midwest. I still do part time DJ gigs in SF but more as a hobby or for charity events.