CARD405_Week3 - First and foremost my family is the most...

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First and foremost my family is the most important thing in my life. Without family you have nothing. After family I take my career and the work I do very seriously. The work I do is a direct reflection of me and I think very highly of my technical skills. If I have a rewarding job and the pay that is equal to the work I am expected to do you can be assured that it will be complete before any deadlines you give me. The thing that keeps me going and trying to be the best is how people see me, I want to be viewed as someone who gets the job done and done the right way. I want to be the go-to guy! I need to leave an impact that will be seen for years to come. I want to be the person that has left a network more secure and in turn making the business more successful. I have always been taught a strong work ethic by my grandmother and father. Seeing my Grandmother work 60 to 80 hours per week, keeping the bar she owned running for 35 years, until the day she passed has made me want to do something I love and make sure I leave my mark doing it. She was loved by all and even to this day three years later she is missed by many. As for my work environment I need a good mix of working with people and network equipment. I like to have the interaction of both the end user and also being able to work side by side with
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2011 for the course CARD 405 taught by Professor . during the Spring '10 term at DeVry Colorado Springs.

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