Kotton Grammer as a Watch Enthusiast

Many are curious to learn more about Kotton Grammer, the 32-year-old mastermind behind the internationally known Kotton Grammer Media, an internet media and advertising company specializing in SEO (Search Engine Optimization).Grammer has risen to the heights of success rather quickly, beginning his company in 2013 and in a matter of less than four years, leading it from start-up to multi-million dollar enterprise. Subsequently, his own net worth has increased to what experts estimate must be in the millions. He has already attracted the attention of numerous internet publications, including Huffington Post, Forbes.com, Tech.com, and Inc.com and has won his company international recognition for being one of the best internet marketing companies out there.


To date, not too much has been known about Kotton Grammer the man, however. Doubtless, someone so young with so much entrepreneurial talent and ingenuity is bound to be interesting. Originally from St. Louis, Missouri, he now resides in Miami, Florida, home to world renowned beaches and famous nightclubs, where he enjoys the fruits of his success and hard earned wealth. Gammer has indeed been able to develop several interesting pursuits and hobbies with his earnings. One of these hobbies and one that should not come as too big a surprise is collecting luxury timepieces.
Among Grammer’s collection are pieces by Rolex, Omega, Panerai, Hublot, Zenith, and Patek Philippe, all prestigious and well-known brands with long histories of success and excellence.


These manufacturers, excepting Hublot, have well over 100 years of history behind them and all have been worn by famous individuals across the globe. It was an Omega watch that was the first watch on the moon; Rolex has earned the role of the official timekeeper for the Wimbledon and Australian Open, among other sports tournaments; and Patek Philippe, with over 150 years of history, is touted to be the most prestigious timepiece, manufacturer by experts; numerous royals have owned pieces by Patek Philippe, and it is these pieces that consistently fetch the highest prices for timepieces ever, including the highest price paid for a wristwatch at auction just last year.
A luxury timepiece collection certainly suits Grammer well. He has admitted on numerous occasions that tardiness is one of his biggest pet peeves and he clearly has a grip on time management and multitasking, as evidenced by the speed with which he and his company have attained success and the massive number of clients he is able to simultaneously serve.

Just as the timepieces he collects are masterpieces of complex but perfectly working moving parts with a vast array of functions, Grammer has set up his company to efficiently tackle and accomplish a variety of services with excellence for an optimum number of clients. He does not waste time chasing the limelight or the nonessentials but stays focused on completing his work and improving his process. He has even been known to advise other business owners to keep their face-to-face time with clients down to a minimum to prevent non-essential meetings that get in the way. Grammer himself limits his meetings with clients to only once a month to go over pertinent details and information. While this strategy may seem somewhat counterintuitive, this approach does ensure that he can be left alone to get the job done in a timely manner.


In his short 32 years of life, and his company’s brief 4 years, Grammer has accomplished a great deal. He performs his work with efficiency and to the highest quality and is constantly on the lookout to refine and improve his process. In many ways, it appears the excellent craftsmanship of the timepieces Grammer so enjoys collecting function as an apt metaphor and parallel to the workings of his own company.


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