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Kevin Nennig
Plain and simple, I am extremely passionate about technology, event management, running, biking, and leadership.
Plain and simple, I am extremely passionate about technology, event management, running, biking, and leadership.
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Time is running out
"Welcome Mr Bingham."  The man smiles slightly as he realizes he's back on the road again. The strange mix of professionalism and comfort to make you feel like you're with family when you don't know a single person in the room. He sets his things down in th...

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Another a new adventure
The lights turn on. The man opens his eyes abruptly. Good evening everyone, we have now started our decent into San Francisco International airport. Flight attendants, please prepare the cabin. The sudden shock of being awoken starts the mans mind again. Wh...

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The flight is home
The time was 4:45pm on a Friday and the man was relaxing in a taxing feeling relieved of his efforts of the week. He though about the flawless execution of his recent delivery on the subject he teaches different companies around the country. The client was ...

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The Flight
The time was 4:45pm on a Friday and his fingers were frantically trying to finish up an email for his replacement on the project he had been working on for the last 6 months. This project was his all he focused on the last 6 months and finally he could see ...

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Home
I now have been traveling about 8 months now. My perception on life have certainly changed in terms of what "home" is. Home is familiarity Home is familiarity. When growing up home meant my family. When in college, home meant friends. And when I moved to th...

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Life, the exponent
It’s been 2.5 years since I moved from the midwest for two dreams:  to serve the poor and to figure out what I’m supposed to do with an engineering degree. For 1 year I served the poor and because of that, it threw everything off. It gave me new perspective...
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