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Transcript of About Me
Student Recruiting Coordinator
Washington Business Week
How I ended up...
Grew up in Pasco
Most of my family still lives here
My wife likes it here
Good place to raise
Business Development Associate
Marketing Project Administrator
Started at Imageworks with a passion for marketing and research
...in the Tri-Cities
Favorite Band in High School
...which inspired my own band in high school
Time with my family
Photographing my daughter
Eating & Gardening
In the beginning...
Excludes feelings from decisions
Goes too far; perfectionist
Too rigid or demanding of self/others
I've passed out in a wedding
I'm part Danish and very proud of it,
for no particular reason
My wife and I traveled to Iceland, Denmark, and London in 2011
The #2 Happiest
Country in the World
Seinfeld was the
greatest TV show ever
The Analytical is polite but reserved, logical, fact- and task-oriented. This person’s focus is on precision and perfection. Other strengths include persistence, diligence, caution, and a systematic approach.
The Analytical needs to be right, and won’t openly discuss ideas until confident in a decision. His or her pleasure is accuracy. Pain is to be wrong and criticized.
...and blogging about them at
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(I)ntroversion (S)ensing (T)hinking (J)udgment
"The Duty Fulfiller"
Will work a problem through to its identified conclusion
Uncomfortable with ideas that are completely new or totally theoretical in nature
Makes an excellent manager
Values the "tried and true" approach, and is reluctant to adopt new systems until direct experience proves the validity of the new system
Internalizes and values the rules and structure of the society in which they live, and disapproves of behaviors that go against these rules
Highly values the cornerstone institutions of society such as Family, Work, and Church
We snorkeled in Iceland
I ate whale
B.A., Business Management
Minors: Marketing, Leadership Studies
My favorite spot on the trip was New Harbor in Copenhagen
And my mom joined us in London
You can check out more of our trip on YouTube.