As our lives have been forever changed, with the Covid19 crisis, I feel compelled to share my faith in God on this Easter Sunday 2020.
I was honored to be mentioned in the daily devotional entitled Just Jesus Them written by Pastor John Stahl.
Best wishes for strong health. God is great. God Bless You and your family.
In the spirit of National Engineers Week 2020 (Feb 16-22), I would like to say I am honored by my profession and the chance to know so many brilliant people!
I became an Engineer for several reasons, one of which was to solve problems in order to better society and leave it a better place when my career is over.
Engineering in general and the tools we utilize to communicate our ideas know no bounds.
Check out this interactive simulation from ABB Robotics:
It really is this simple.....
Bosch Rexroth makes it easy to configure robots. Check it out.....
Why did I become an Engineer? For reasons like this...
Money is one thing, fine and dandy but truly making an impact on society, yields no greater professional or personal satisfaction! Saving lives is God's work and I am Thankful to be involved.
Thanks for reading my December 2019 blog post!
Why? .. why not.
Why not. That's what i thought to myself when it was recommended i start a blog as a startup business owner in my "position" as founder and President of a promising tech startup company. Why not?
So, here goes nothing.
With this blog, i've decided to do my best to supply helpful Motion Control and Automation tips and insights. ..along with a story and maybe a laugh or two about Motion, Sales, Design, Robots, Football, Family and Texas. But, not in that order. :)
I owe the name of my blog to a legend who roamed the same Texas highways as I have, for the last 30 years, in his case. We spent many days together looking out the same windshield, he was a Sales Engineer like myself. He truly was the Factory Man With All The Answers as a customer called him once.
Why not. Thanks FMWATA.