I’m Thomas Wilkins let’s get acquainted…
I am a husband
Here is a picture of my lovely wife Brittany and I on our wedding day. It was one of the best days of my life! She is the most important person in the world to me and everything I do, I do for us.
I am a fur parent
I love my little Chloe! She was rescue dog and she has truly made me appreciate the little dogs of the world.
I am a curious person who is always learning
Here is a glimpse into my library at home. It is not all the books as I have so many on my Kindle and iBooks but I love to learn. I am a curious and inquisitive person so I tend to ask a lot of questions! When we work together be prepared for that!
I am an athlete
I was a part of the basketball program at the University of North Carolina first as Junior Varsity player and then as a walk-on with the Varsity team. It was an incredible experience and one that I will cherish my entire life. I also coached basketball for several years at the high school level. I love sports so if you ever want to get sidetracked as we work together, start talking basketball.
I am an author
I have written and published 2 books here is a photo of my best selling book How to Play Basketball: A Guide to Getting Better by Playing Pickup Games. This book hit the Amazon Top 100 for the Coaching Basketball Category. I was so excited to see out of all the books out there mine was in the top 100. I do love to write and have published numerous other ebooks.
My name is Thomas S. Wilkins. It’s nice to meet you!
I have worked in higher education, learning & development, coaching, management, finance, and sales roles over the past 10 years. I have been a handy man, runner for a law firm, salesperson, manager, trainer, sales and marketing executive, and a host of other things.
My goal is to help people live T.he S.marter W.ay, which happen to be my initials, by training them to stretch outside their comfort zone and to look for innovative ways to achieve peak performance. I believe that entrepreneurs are the backbone of our economy and that blazing a trail is part of the story of our country.