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Hello From FL


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Dec 3, 2007
Central Florida
Hey everyone...brief intro;

I recently graduated from UCF (Orlando) with a BSEE. Currently work at Kennedy Space Center as an engineer. Married 1.5 years, no kids, and a LOT of hunger for reaching and utilizing my full potential.

After reading through some of the success stories, I decided that I may fit in with this crowd (on terms of shear determination to reach goals), so here I am.

I realize I have a pretty neat job, and I am very fortunate/grateful to be able to pay the bills...but I can't help but want better for my current and future family. I am one who gets bored once my day-to-day tasks at work become monotonous. I feel that I have much more to offer than my "day job" allows me to provide. I don't yet know where exactly I would like to focus my efforts, but I am working on it.

I'm also a car-nut...which is what led me here by way of my membership on Lambo Power (no, I don't have a lambo). :)

- John

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Jul 23, 2007
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Welcome John!

Igor P.

Dec 11, 2007
Daytona Beach, FL
Great to see like-minds around here. I am also becoming an Aerospace Engineer with a business minor. I have around 1 more year to complete with my studies while attending a private aeronautical college. It's a great field to start in and get to know valuable long term contacts.

Beside that, another coincidence that we have in common is I found this superb forum through Talk Lambo forums...haha go figure.:smxA:


New Contributor
Dec 3, 2007
Central Florida
Igor - Thanks and good luck finishing up your degree...I assume you are attending Embry Riddle.

Yankees - So far, the most inspiring aspect of fastlane-ism is being able to provide a service or product that helps someone achieve their goals, or make their life easier...while, at the same time, pushing my abilities to their limits and beyond. As I found out in college and my first tech-job, I work best with a significant challenge...facing a problem that I am not initially comfortable attempting to solve. I honestly have not narrowed my focus to a specific industry yet.

Thanks for the welcome!

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