I am writing this post on the heels of an amazing achievement from my team. After years of building a business plan and developing a new solution we have finally released our first iteration out to customers. This technically heavy endeavor has been another amazing blessing in my career journey. Especially because of its highlyContinue reading “Why character is more important than skills”
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Fear and Hope
This year Courtney and I spent our Valentine’s Day evening watching a documentary titled In Light of Eternity. It may not seem like the most romantic thing to do, especially when your wife isn’t fond of movies or TV time, but this experience was different. As I continue to feel a strong pull to remain intentionalContinue reading “Fear and Hope”
Loving your work
One of my favorite topics of conversation is work. I’ve heard it said that men, in particular, quickly gravitate towards talking about their job and role in the marketplace. I can attest to that as I often realize the first information I know about someone I just met is where they work and what they doContinue reading “Loving your work”
Ambition and Contentment: Can they co-exist?
I would like to unpack two words that have been a topic of discussion with the people closest to me: Ambition and Contentment. In a world where we are taught to push for the limits and never give up on our ambitions, I have been placed in a position to consider contentment just as important. StillContinue reading “Ambition and Contentment: Can they co-exist?”