A marvelous 75-year long study conducted by a group of Harvard researchers has shown that love is really all that matters. The participants’ lifelong experiences revealed that happiness and life fulfillment revolved around love or simply searching for love.
Valentine’s Day is a good opportunity to reflect on what and who we love and show our appreciation. We took this opportunity to talk to a few TPx employees and ask them, “What do you love?” Watch the video to see what they said, and check out the short Q&A with our MSx Product team below!
1. Aside from family and friends, name the first three things that come to mind when someone asks you, “What do you love?”
Joe Royer, Product Manager, MSx Managed IT/Cloud:
Lori Hannan, Product Manager, MSx Managed Networks:
- 60-70 degree weather
Erik Nordquist, Sr. Product Manager for MSx Firewalls & Datacenters:
- Fishing (not phishing – hate that)
- Coaching girls’ soccer
Lucie Hys, Sr. Product Marketing Manager for MSx Services:
- Working out
- Learning new things
2. What do you love about your job?
Joe: “That I get to use my many years of industry experience to help others in the company achieve success.”
Lori: “The freedom to work from home, and the people that I work with are always willing and excited to help.”
Erik: “Being able to help customers and make their lives easier so they can spend more time with their loved ones.”
Lucie: “Everything. The work environment is challenging, flexible, and fun and people here are smart, passionate, and hard-working.”
3. How is MSx special?
Joe: “We bring products to market that create real value for our clients. We don’t just go for the next cool thing.”
Lori: “We are truly agile and keep a pulse on the market.”
Erik: “MSx isn’t about technology, it is about people. We have a great group of special people dedicated to helping our wonderful MSx customers.”
Lucie: “I agree with Erik. TPx is all about the people, since we are a service provider. We are dedicated to providing an excellent service, and really listen and adapt to the client’s wants and needs.”