Interview with Mario Chavez, netlogx Consultant

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Interview with Mario Chavez, netlogx Consultant

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What brings you joy?

The sense of fulfillment in life whether that’s at work or at home.

What are you most afraid of?

I am probably most afraid of not seizing opportunity and having a sense of regret when looking back at an opportunity not taken.

What would you like to learn?

I definitely would like to learn Project Management – that’s where my career will take me I believe, there’s just so much to learn!

Who or what inspires you?

I would say my parents inspire me, being a first-generation immigrant, you see the risk they took coming to a new country and all their hard work.

 If you could talk to your teenage self, what would you say?

I would definitely say to put more emphasis on experience rather than accreditation.

What is your favorite book or movie and why?

My favorite book is Rich Dad, Poor Dad, it sets the foundations for financial literacy – which a lot of the youth in America is not exposed to.   

What have you, or would you, write on the netlogx Before I Die wall?
I definitely want to go to western part of China, it’s a very different culture and a very unique section of the world.

What does Process Management (BPR) mean to you?

Being able to lead and facilitate a team to get a common goal accomplished.

 What does wellness at netlogx mean to you?

It definitely means a good balance: work-life balance. A lot of people think fitness, which is part of  it but not solely. It is also finance and balance which netlogx does a good job educating employees about.

What is a fun fact about you?

I was born in Los Angeles.

 

What is the most exciting thing you’ve ever done or place you’ve ever been?

The most exciting thing I’ve ever done is drive all the way to Guatemala to see my Dad’s family.

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