Let me start with a story…

While getting my oil changed today and jokingly asked the worker if he was the owner.

“I wish,”  he said.

Then, I turned to his other worker friend who just came in, “It must be you, then?”

He chuckled.  “Not yet.”

“What is stopping you?”  I asked abruptly.

“We don’t know where to start or what to do,” he looked down, “honestly, we just are procrastinating and not really putting the effort in.”

His name was Perry and it is for all the Perry’s in the world that I created this page.  I want to point a direction and give a little boost to your life so that you can take on success.  I want to help you kick out procrastination and give you actual steps you can take to make your dreams a reality.


You may have come to this page to find out who this Lyle Huddlestun is.  I don’t want to disappoint.

I am a man of many hats enjoying this great adventure called LIFE.

I am a learner and I am a teacher.  I believe that each experience should be shared along with the lessons that sprout from it.

I have owned and operated over 6 different businesses, including an Italian restaurant.  I have trained and taught other entrepreneurs young and old.  I love random things: martial arts, photography, videography, illusions, graphic design, brain science, psychology, marketing . . . yeah, I like to learn.

If I was to boil everything I am into one thing it would be ‘teacher.’  Though I wear many hats, the brain under those hats is always someone who wants to help others be the best they can be.


I want to be honest, without being jaded.  Life is tough.  And life makes much more sense when it is viewed in the framework that connects all the broken pieces. These frameworks are called our worldview.  Being a Christian is my worldview and it helps me understand the chaos around me without being engulfed by it.  I don’t judge other people’s beliefs unless those beliefs are hindering them from being the person that God created them to be.

I have a Master’s Degree and consider myself intelligent, so I don’t take what I believe lightly.  I have searched for my beliefs on my own and have studied quite a few religions.  I found that being a Christian makes sense.  All the piece of a broken life come together in a beautiful tapestry of experiences.  I have learned from those experiences and enjoy helping others on their path to success in life.

Here is a Bible verse that keeps me on track:

“I do not consider myself yet to have taken hold of it. But one thing I do: Forgetting what is behind and straining toward what is ahead, I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus.” Philippians 3:13-14

Be blessed and be a blessing,