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Jeremy Howlett

Husband, Father, Christian, Entrepreneur, Strategist, Teacher, Leader, Writer, Photographer, Traveler, and Adventurer

I am a husband, the father of four wonderful children, a follower of my Savior Jesus Christ, an entrepreneur, writer, scholar, and adventurer. With my family, I enjoy traveling, serving, learning, and most importantly, being together. Together, we have been to all fifty of the United States, three Canadian Provinces, and several different US National Parks and Monuments. You can catch a glimpse of these adventures on our Family’s Instagram Page. Adventure on!

I have years of experience in strategy through financial consulting, web development, and marketing. In the summer of 2009, my business direction took a little bit of a change when I approached my cousin, Golden Harper, for a new pair of running shoes. Together, with Brian Beckstead, we founded Altra and successfully grew it to become a global brand that was acquired by VF Corp. Since leaving Altra in 2016, I have ventured off on my own to pursue photography, digital marketing, study of philosophytravel, and currently engaged in leading my own agency that provides education and marketing automation services through marketingSOLVD.

I was honored to be a part of the inaugural Master of Business Creation at the University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business while working as a partner with Cinch, a SAAS business in marketing automation.

Adventures

Travel

Philosophy & Religion

Business & Marketing

Redefine Winning

The other day, I happened upon a comment on LinkedIn that caused me to really think. The post was about a small local dessert shop that had a line out the door and was therefore winning. The comment contended that they could not be winning because they had a...

Facing Our Trials

Sometimes it is hard for me to talk about trials for a few reasons. My trials are never as hard as someone else's, I am very blessed, and I am somehow fearful that if I talk about trials then the Lord will see fit that it is time to face some. This is not to say that...

A Prince of Peace

When we celebrate the Christmas season we tend to recite various names of our Savior. As Handel made the words of Isaiah famous, the term Prince of Peace has, justifiably, become synonymous with Jesus Christ. However, he is not the only Prince of Peace that we learn...

A Quick 2021 Family Recap

What a year it has been! We are excited to share with each of you some of what has transpired for us throughout 2021. We understand that it has been challenging for so many. We are grateful for the blessings we have received and are thankful that we can share that...
Redefine Winning

Redefine Winning

The other day, I happened upon a comment on LinkedIn that caused me to really think. The post was about a small local dessert shop that had a line out the door and was therefore winning. The comment contended that they could not be winning because they had a...

read more
Facing Our Trials

Facing Our Trials

Sometimes it is hard for me to talk about trials for a few reasons. My trials are never as hard as someone else's, I am very blessed, and I am somehow fearful that if I talk about trials then the Lord will see fit that it is time to face some. This is not to say that...

read more
A Prince of Peace

A Prince of Peace

When we celebrate the Christmas season we tend to recite various names of our Savior. As Handel made the words of Isaiah famous, the term Prince of Peace has, justifiably, become synonymous with Jesus Christ. However, he is not the only Prince of Peace that we learn...

read more
A Quick 2021 Family Recap

A Quick 2021 Family Recap

What a year it has been! We are excited to share with each of you some of what has transpired for us throughout 2021. We understand that it has been challenging for so many. We are grateful for the blessings we have received and are thankful that we can share that...

read more
A Return to Forest Bathing

A Return to Forest Bathing

“Wilderness is not a luxury but necessity of the human spirit.” –Edward Abbey Two of the past three days have been significant strides for me; I have been outside on thirty-minute walks. A few months ago, we moved to a new home that is a stone's throw from the lake...

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Overcoming the Virus of Dualism

Overcoming the Virus of Dualism

One of the gravest affects of our time, and of history, is the effort to reduce another person, or class of people, to something other than human. It is this effort to dehumanize that has been the purpose behind so much of the troubles of society. It destroys...

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