- BuildDirectVP Tech, present
One of the things that you will quickly find out about me is that I love to research anything of interest to me. The greater the interest, the greater the amount of research. Unfortunately, writing bios is not an overly exciting topic for me. I researched writing bios in my free time over several days and most simply indicated that a requirement was to brag about your past accomplishments.
At first, I completely disagreed with those articles but finally came up with some of the following insights.
I am privileged to be surrounded by incredible family and friends. I have a great wife and two wonderful kids that bring me great joy. I get to go to work and love what I do everyday. I have people around me that want me to succeed as much as I want them to succeed. And on top of it all, I get to work in one of the most beautiful cities in the world. A lot to brag about but little I can take credit for. All of this provides me with a great opportunity to better myself every day.
I am sure that many of my family and friends would want you to know how ‘loyal’ (they may describe it a little more fanatical than I!) I can be around certain product brands. For example, for eight years now I have been an avid fan of most things Apple, my favorite drink is Coke, I love Japanese automobiles (more practical at times than visual I suppose!), and I would be hard-pressed to buy a camera that wasn’t made by Canon.