Meet David Cussen, Professor Goodlife in
Los Angeles, California

The Beginnings

After high school, the son of an Irish immigrant blue collared it by painting, punch pressing, and forklift driving. David later joined the world's greatest Navy in 1983, working in the material division in the supply department aboard the aircraft carrier USS Constellation CV-64. There, he earned the nickname "The Make It Happen Man" for his ability to deliver the materials when needed by other divisions onboard.

He finished his tour as a Master at Arms (ship's law enforcement), guarding prisoners, mustering restricted men, and telling his shipmates to "get a haircut!"

Becoming the Professor

In 1987, David put his sea pay savings down at the local Ford® dealer in San Diego, bought a Mustang, and headed north to LA to conquer the world of stand-up comedy. He honed his craft for acting on the stage at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts. David made the rounds in the greater LA area with an improv troupe, bringing to the comedy table his share of grins, giggles, and laughs.

In the 1990s, David went back to college, getting his degree in creative writing at The University of Southern California in 2001. While chasing his dream and accumulating an education, he paid his bills bartending, bouncing, and betting on sports. He continued his education, receiving his Masters degree in Communication Management in 2007 at Annenberg School for Communications (USC).

David is a highly requested speaker, motivating college audiences and various professional groups on how to live the good life, when socially smart, ethically excellent, and passionately proud.

Learn how to live the good life when you contact Make It Happen Productions in Los Angeles, California. The professor conveys his formulas for achieving the ultimate in the areas of wealth, health and happiness.