Braden began his professional career as a civil engineer designing and building bridges throughout the Greater Northwest Region. This involved everything from modeling, budgeting, scheduling, and building the several elements of a multi-year plan. His drive to expand his abilities carried him through a Bachelor’s Degree at Washington State University and his Master of Science Degree in Engineering from the University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Braden discovered that his talent and interests went beyond engineering. He began to have personal conversations with colleagues which grew into him mentoring them and creating personal financial systems for them. Braden decided to follow this passion to Paradigm Life working with clients on a full-time basis.
He invests regularly in real estate and has been involved in residential, single-family and multi-family properties. He is also involved in agriculture, commercial, construction and large-scale land development projects.
Braden likes to “take the box apart” in true engineering fashion – to analyze it and rebuild it even better. His personal implementation of the Perpetual Wealth System coupled with his experience in engineering, has enabled him to provide unique insight into structuring better personal financial systems now that last for generations.
Braden and his lovely wife, Lucy, have four high-energy children that stay up with Alaska’s midnight sun! He enjoys teaching them the value of working smart – like using a large net or fish wheel (unique to Alaska residents) to harvest fish. This makes sport fishing that much more enjoyable, when you can target the BIG ones because your freezer is already full of fish! Likewise, Perpetual Wealth System is making use of the right tools for your cash-flow system. Braden looks forward to showing you how to create that for yourself – freeing up your time so that you can target and develop your passions.