A little Backstory
Founded in 2016, MyTechLiving started as a platform to help spread technical knowledge through the use of various forms of online social media. What started with a YouTube channel quickly branched off and began providing online web hosting, web design & development for various small businesses. From there, I kept the momentum moving forward and branched off into System Engineering & Administration, and soon began working with three of the largest wholesalers in the US to provide competitive pricing for enterprise and consumer IT hardware, software and services. My goal was to find a way to take technology and make it work in a way that made my customers lives easier, more affordable, and without being intrusive in the way. With continued growth, I brought on two others to assist me and we soon began researching and bidding on government contracts while also working with a few other companies in the government contracting space. As time went on, MyTechLiving continued to develop as any business does, but oftentimes with development comes evolution, and that’s exactly what has happened. MyTechLiving has shifted focus time and time again, but that’s the beauty in this beast; It is “My Tech Living”. The foundation of this business is the technology that I use to make a living, whatever that may entail, and that very technology is what continues to drive this business forward. While MyTechLiving is no longer working in the Government Contracting space, it still very much has the capacity and capabilities it once did in supplying the IT and technical goods and services of yesteryear, and while that is no longer the focus, we still have a handful of legacy customers who rely on us on a daily basis.
MyTechLiving is currently the umbrella of which a handful of entrepreneurial endeavors fall under. The primary are creative services in the form of Automotive Photography and an automotive video series known as “The Cultured Car”. We also have multiple legacy customers who rely on us for our web hosting & development as well as technical knowledge for their cloud based(Azure) software and services.
A personal note about MyTechLiving
Hi, my name is Patrick and I founded MyTechLiving, LLC back in 2016. As stated above, MyTechLiving originally started as just a YouTube channel, sharing my passion and knowledge of Technology. Since it’s inception, MyTechLiving has continued to grow and evolve, drastically changing over the years, and slowly forming into what it is now. What is it? well, I can’t really say as it really is just a matter of taking a random thought out of my brain on any given day and running with it. The foundational core of MyTechLiving is to not limit yourself, but rather take technology and making it work for you. It doesn’t matter if it’s a google search to learn something new, a technical course at your local college, crypto mining, hosting a website, or anything else your can dream up. What matters is that we have all of this amazing technology that surrounds us, that is an integral part of our daily lives, so why not take it, embrace it, harness it, and make it work for us in a way that betters us and those around us.
I’ll keep this quick, short and to the point. I’m pretty much a one-man-band. I’ve had little bits of help along the way but i’d say 99% of what you see, read and touch with your mouse(or finger) is all me. Websites, Photos, Videos, Crypto mining Pools… It’s all me. It’s taken time, It will take more time, but it’s what I enjoy and what drives me. I’m a Sys-admin by trade with a focus on web based applications, so it’s all in my wheel-house. I am a college dropout but hold multiple technical services from the likes of Microsoft and CompTia, and while formal education was always a struggle for me, I love learning, and once I put my mind towards something, I do not stop until i’ve finished what I started. I refuse to limit myself, and If I put my mind to it, there’s a good chance I’ll achieve it… That’s just my drive and eagerness to learn. Want to learn more about what makes me tick? check out my personal blog at patricklipp.com