When I meet you in person don't be surprised that one of the first questions I'll ask you will likely have to do with your personality. People and the human brain absolutely fascinate me. While I am doing more manual tasks I like to pull up TedTalks about human behavior, psychology, and the physiology of the brain.
*In case you care, I am an ANTJ (equally an ENTJ/INTJ). Ask me about it sometime.*
I love drinking coffee with peppermint tones and hot apple cider. You will find a collection of mugs and water bottles on my desk, dispersed between my paper notes, planner, and colored pens. My coworkers may not think it, but everything is organized - to me. Something unique also resides on my desk. It is a plaque that reads, "I can't have a stressful week. My schedule is already full." I love (and need) this daily reminder to keep my to-do list from becoming the compass of my attitude.
When I'm not spewing new ideas to Randy and Sarah at Third Angle, you'll find me working at and coaching gymnastics for Precizion 509 Gymnastics. Outside of that job I volunteer in different capacities for the non-profit Blue Fire Legacy and Antioch church. I have a deep love for retreating to solitary mountain locations, skiing, playing racquetball, swimming, kickboxing, reading, and not catching up on the latest movie trends.
During my life time I want to travel more of Europe and re-travel Greece, Israel, Italy, and Turkey. I also want to be asked to present a Ted Talk.