David B. Lorsch
Everything kind of happens for a reason. I bounced around a little bit and tried to find out who I was, and it all turned out OK.
Now, having sold my business at 48, I’m not ready to do nothing yet. Right now, “what am I going to do tomorrow?” is a tremendous challenge in my life. I don’t have to do anything, but I still want something that keeps me stimulated every day. Sitting around playing golf is not what I plan to do for the next 30 years.
Starting DBL and selling it—both in and of themselves—were incredible experiences. I founded DBL in 1989. There was a hole in the market. No one in the western U.S. sold accessories. There was a need for a consolidated source of accessories, and I started DBL to become that source.