Self Interview, Just for Fun


Thought I'd do something different today and interview myself! Seems I'm not quite famous enough (yet) to be interviewed by one of the big guys, so I thought this might be fun. You'll get to know me a little better and I get to share a little about myself outside of commercial real estate.

Q: Most valuable gift you’ve ever received?
A: The ability to think for myself without feeling that I should 'go with the flow'. The desire to 'know' without compromise or giving up on knowing the truth. (Thanks Mom and Dad!)

Q: Favourite way to chill out?
A: Depends on my mood. Reading a good novel or just flaking in front of the tube are two of my favourites. A good video game session with friends is always fun too!

Q: If you were a Star Trek® character, which one would it be?
A: I have to go with the cliche answer of James T. Kirk. He's the captain, and who doesn't like to call the shots? He gets to go on all of the really fun missions, and he always gets the girl! I share one common belief with the character above all others: neither of us believe in a no-win situation; there's always another option.

Q: What is the last book you read?
A: The Dark Tower III - The Wastelands, by Stephen King. Incredibly, I hadn't read any of the books in the Dark Tower series before - I'm more of a sci-fi or fantasy adventure reader than a King fan - but this series has me hooked now! Action, romance, magic, gunslingers...what more could you want?!

Q: What was the last movie you went to see?
A: JJ Abrams' Star Trek. Not surprisingly. I was skeptical at first, but I have to admit, this is right up there with The Wrath of Khan and The Voyage Home in my Star Trek movie favourites. Seeing the movie sitting alongside real fans was a blast - laughing at some of the inside Trek themes and historical canon was a riot!

Q: How would you explain your business in one sentence to your eight-year-old nephew?
A: I help people earn money by teaching them how to buy buildings and trading some space in them for money.

Q: If someone wrote a biography about you, what do you think the title should be?
A: "On The Way to My Life, I Met the Oddest People."

Q: What kind of people do you dislike?
A: Rude and disrespectful people really get my juices boiling. Seriously, does it take a lot of effort to say thank you for holding a door or to give a little courtesy wave when I let you into traffic? Sheesh!

Q: How would you describe yourself in three words?
A: Trustworthy. Dependable. Lifelong learner. (Okay, that's really four words, but lifelong learner is a compound word...right?)

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