In the words of Yoda... "A difficult decision you must make... presented with multiple outcomes you will be... search your feelings and the answer will be shown". You are probably asking yourself what am I referring to... or if you are a true Star Wars fan... in what episode did Yoda say these things? They are made up Yoda phrases in his ever confusing canter... but what I'm trying to say in a round about way is that I've recently accepted a new position and will be leaving Envision Design.
To my clients... thank you for being patient with me as I learned a new trade (being a degreed Landscape Architect and practicing for 13 years prior to making the career change to IT) over the past 3 years. I essentially used your offices as training facilities to hone my skills. Beyond that, the clients I served were always professional, gracious, and thankful... which is to be expected from Apple users I suppose... LOL! You made my job worthwhile, exciting, and enjoyable!
To Envision... lots to say but in the words of the Owner, Richard Wingfield, "keep your blog posts short and to the point". So, thank you to Richard Wall, Chris Peters, Michael Mashlan, Susanna Hooper Wingfield, and Richard Wingfield for supporting me and helping me grow professionally. You all are truly the best in the biz and I could ALWAYS count on you for support and guidance when I was in a jam... personally and professionally. Hard to find these days. A special thanks to Richard Wingfield who took a chance on me and believed in me... I am and always will be forever grateful. Envision Design is doing it right... putting customer service and client relations first and helping businesses GROW with effective IT infrastructure and long term planning... in other words not your typical IT break and fix company. They are trendsetters in the IT world... take note and watch out!
So for now... signing off. But if there is one thing I've learned in my professional journey since graduating from Texas A&M (whoop!... yep had to do it Boss) in 1999... is that life has a funny way of coming full circle and that the business/professional world is small... even in the 4th largest city in the country. I will see you again gentlemen... soon. Take care and God Bless!