I started working (at my Grandfather's restaurant) when I was eleven years old. I learned at an early age the benefit of doing a job right the first time. This has always pushed me to learn as much about what I do, as I can, no matter what that might be in order to have fewer failures. Grandfathers can be great mentors.
I guess that helping people is how I choose to look at the work I do. I put my knowledge to work for my customers. Oh No! You might say, “He needs more knowledge”. I would agree. Part of that “knowledge” is knowing where to go when you don't know and in that I am blessed. I work with a great number of really smart and talented people.
One of the most important things I have learned in life...
(Which I need to practice every day)
I enjoy what I do and I try to make people laugh whenever I can.
On Sunday Mornings you can find me with my wife.
What bothers me?
I like hiding wires...