I’m the type of person that strangers feel will be able to answer their questions. Maybe it’s because I don’t stray from eye contact. Or it could be the “Ask me how I can help” pin I’m wearing. My theory for why I get along with people so well is that I'm like a curious 5 yr. old when it comes to anything new—eyes wide open, annoyingly inquisitive and enjoying the experience. I've noticed, as of late, that I'm (initially) quieter than I used to be. There's something to be said for listening twice as much as speaking.
Here are some additional points of interest about me:
- I have a pretty sweet career, and it rarely feels like “work.”
- I’m an animal lover at heart, though not a fan of bugs.
- I love to drive and own a stick shift.
- I'm a huge stand-up comedy fan.
- I’m left-handed.
- I’ll probably think that I’m funnier than you. Can you be OK with that?
- Allergy Precautions: I own a cat, and am frequently exposed to soy, peanuts and gluten.
- I believe that, most times, maturity is highly overrated.
- I’ve been known to get addicted to (watching) competitions on Food Network.
- I'm fairly direct, which helps and hurts me almost equally
- I get more nervous during small, intimate conversations than speaking in front of thousands of people.
- My idea of a perfect relationship is an elderly couple walking together holding hands.