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Guiding Principles

Passionate about delivering advanced IT solutions

  • Studies have shown that mobility and collaboration technologies that support telecommuting and flex-time will improve work-life balance and increase employee happiness.
  • Happiness is a critical factor for work as the happy outperform the less happy. Happy people work more hours each week and they work more in their free time. They are more cooperative, less self-centered, and more willing to help others.

Positive Attitude

  • No complaining
  • Focus on solutions to the problem. For example, when you’re in a meeting or when you encounter a challenge, instead of dwelling on whose fault it is or on the challenge itself, steer the conversation to focus on how the issue can be overcome.
  • Encourage others

Reach for the stars and enjoy the fun of failure (unless it’s your production system)

  • “Far better is it to dare mighty things and fail, then to rank among those poor souls who sit on the sideline and know of neither victory nor defeat.” – Teddy Roosevelt

Laugh and find humor every day.

  • It’s a dog eat dog world and I’m wearing milk bone underwear ☺
  • How many software engineers does it take to change a light bulb? Zero, it’s a hardware problem.

  • Why are all the toxic waste dumps in NJ and all the lawyers in DC?  NJ had first choice.

Spend more time with friends and family – all the success in the world means nothing if you cannot share the moment with a loved one.

  • Yesterday is history and tomorrow is a mystery, but today is a gift and that’s why its called the PRESENT.

Exceed customer expectations

  • Put yourself in your customer’s shoes and take the time to understand their customer needs.
  • “Go the extra mile” – be early, stay late, make an extra call, send one more email, research customer, help customer unload shipment, and continually ask yourself what else can I do.