While a newer agent, Myles is no stranger to sales. He has broken company sales records in every sales role he has ever had and boasts an impressive track record in marketing and brand-building across multiple industries. His history of success in saturated markets and competitive industries give him the confidence and experience necessary to stand out from the crowd.
Before getting into sales, Myles worked for many years in marketing. His past work has been nationally recognized for excellence by USA Today, USNews, and Orbitz.com. Myles studied professional writing at Western Carolina University and improv and comedy writing at the world-famous Second City Theatre in Chicago, IL. His background as a writer and performer makes him a unique marketer, engaging salesman, and the definition of a mover and shaker.
Myles’ wife, Madeline, hails from a family of Bozemanites, and in the case of both his wife and Montana, it was truly love at first sight. While working in the craft beer industry in Chicago, Myles and Maddie met and fell instantly and madly in love. He began visiting Montana in 2014 and was immediately smitten with the beauty of Big Sky Country. Myles and Maddie were married at Chico Hot Springs in Paradise Valley in 2020, so that particular part of the state is very near and dear to him. He also loves Bozeman, Big Sky, Butte, Livingston, and Missoula.
THE COWBOY CODE
In the days of the old west before law and civilization (as we know it in the modern sense) had made its way to all of the remote corners of the new world, the pioneers, merchants and desperados (as well as dudes of course) had to develop their own code to prevent the young boomtowns of the American west from collapsing in on themselves beneath the weight of vice and disorder. What emerged out of necessity in lieu of any semblance of true authority on the plains and vast stretches of untamed wilderness came to be known as the Cowboy Code. The code has always been something that I have latched onto as a guide to winding the twisting trails of life. As they say : “Stand by the code and it will stand by you.” The code is as follows:
- Live each day with courage.
- Have respect for everyone you meet.
- Be confident in your dreams.
- Always do what’s right.
- Take pride in your work.
- Talk less and say more
- Know where to draw the line.
- Always finish what you start.
- Be tough, but always fair.
These are guiding principles you can expect when you saddle up with me. I value hard work, honesty, integrity and fairness.