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What are you reading?
“Hamilton,” and I’m also in the midst of a thriller and espionage series by Ben Coes.
What sound do you love?
The silence after I turn off my computer at night. That’s when I read my books and ponder things.
What’s inspiring you?
Intradeco. They challenge me to think differently and expand how we look at the business.
What was your first paying job?
Lifeguard. I swam competitively for nine years.
What are three things you can’t live without?
My family, my Kindle and my cellphone.
What’s your favorite family activity?
Having dinner with my wife and two kids. For us, it’s an event, not just casual peace.
What talent would you most like to have?
Playing an instrument. I’ve tried a few times and failed miserably.
What is your motto?
Less is more. It’s not always about creating more styles to drive more business; it’s about driving business with less styles.
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