I got into WISPs because I’m a “learn-by-doing” kind of guy. I was living in a small town in Mexico, helping my dad build a glass-bottomed boat. The townspeople came to me to solve their internet problem because they heard I was a computer guy. I couldn’t resist -- not only did I build a successful WISP, but I also expanded into neighboring towns and sold the business 5-years later. Now, I work with Visp.net’s clients. Every network has unique challenges and I get a sense of satisfaction knowing I’m helping WISPs move past barriers to be more successful.