A: Review all above questions for this answer.
A: See the question two above this one.
A: My Senior Calculus AB AP instructor used me as an example of "doing the required work, and then some." Its a way that I live my life, because in order to succeed and proceed in any aspect of life, one has to stand out, and the only way to do so is to go the "extra mile."
A: Hunt, fish, read, cook, ski, drive, visit art museums, listen to music, among other things.
A: Being sought after for a high level career advancement move.
A: I'm very outgoing and philosophical. I like to see the best in everyone.
A: See my answer to the question above.
A: I am a "normal", everyday, guy next door, all American, good ol' boy. I am not a muscle god, but more of a Football player build. And I have many talents that you will discover as you get to know me.
A: I travel once a quarter or less, which is not nearly enough. I love to travel, and would travel more, if I could
A: I work out 3x a week (not enough). My palate is very adventurous, yet balanced.
A: Im a southern boy first and foremost, who has been exposed to culture and style, but remains close to his roots. I have faced quite a bit of adversity in my life.
A: In college, I was an award-winning competitive waterskier.
A: I have seen more in 35 years than most see in their lifetime, and I am stronger for it. Many tell me that I should write a memoir... A life well lived.
A: Like a book and its cover, looks can be deceiving.
A: My versatility with regard to almost every aspect of my life-career, friendship, style, hobbies, pleasures, sex.
A: My job.
The knowledge and wisdom I have gained through the adversity that I have faced.
Memories of my mother.