Before coming to work at CS3 I was working for a small CPA practice and became very involved with some business process improvement projects related to
software and found that I really enjoyed it much more than traditional accounting. In my short time with the CS3 I have already developed a deep sense
of admiration for my business partners and a sense they always act with authenticity and honesty. It is quite refreshing.
Sonic Drive-In in Irving, TX as a carhop. It was the summer before I earned my driver’s license and I was desperate to have a cool car, so I worked
my tail off for tips, including dancing on roller skates while I delivered food! I earned enough to have my car repainted, put new wheels on it, and
install a monster stereo too. Oh, the priorities of a 16 year old boy!
Running. When I run I feel calm, centered, and strong. It really helps keep the daily stress from piling on too thick. I enjoy training for races
of all lengths and I have run everything from a 5K to a 50K and one triathlon. Right now I am taking a break from training to coach a charity marathon
program for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. When I resume training in 2015 I have my sights set on either qualifying for Boston or increasing the
distance to 50 and 100 mile races, but I haven’t decided which one yet.
Simplicity and efficacy. Henry Ford’s assembly line is an almost perfect example. No pun intended, but there’s no need to reinvent the wheel, just
improve upon how it is put together. The Volkswagen Beetle is another – simple, yet effective.
Very easy answer – the power to heal.
Front man. I am fascinated with the 1960’s and I love watching Jim Morrison, Mick Jagger, or Robert Plant work a live crowd. It’s electrifying.
Another easy answer – give it away to those less fortunate. The warmth in the eyes of someone in need who has just received a gift – priceless.
Shia LaBeouf…c’mon. He’s the male Lindsay Lohan.
is no longer an employee at CS3 Technology