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In 1979, I was an
Instructor at the University of Texas at Austin in the Department of
Radio, TV and Film teaching a course about new technology, including
satellites and cable TV. I also was a community activist and gadfly
opposing the local cable TV operator who delivered a lousy service.
A few months after that event, Bill offered me a job
but said he didn't know what he
wanted me to do. "We'll figure out what you'll do when you get
here" he told me. He
simply thought I could be useful somehow. He owned the company and
was never constrained by HR policies and procedures. So, Aimee and I
moved to Denver and Bill changed our lives.
last role at Daniels & Associates was Vice President of Operations and Customer Service when
the company was sold in 1988. We were known in the Industry for our superior
customer service and I am proud of my small part in the effort. My experience
with the company has been the foundation of
my business career and the principles that I learned from Bill continue to
guide my business philosophy.
Quidquid Latine dictum sit altum videtur
Can you imagine a world without hypothetical questions?