Seeing the world from numerous points of view is important to me because it gives me a larger field of view on life and how to make the best of it. I find it therapeutic to explore different cultures and areas as it helps me make more informed decisions when problem solving. I tend to find myself trying new activities that I never thought I would do, not only because I think it'll be exhilarating, but also because I want to know what it feels like to hurl my body outside of a perfectly good airplane at 13,500 feet in the air.
Designing, building, and working on different projects has been a major part of my life and has contributed to making me who I am today. I look for different ways to push the envelope by gaining experience through a variety of challenging projects. My curiosities have allowed me to have a hand in high powered laser control, vintage motorcycle rebuilds, and robotics. I use what I learn to be a better engineer both in life and at work.
I don't know everything and I think it would be naive to tell myself otherwise. The more I know, the more I realize I don't know, which puts me in a never ending cycle of learning - which I'm happy about! I'm intrigued by what I don't know and stubborn enough
"Success is walking from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm."