1. Karma Matters (destiny or fate, following as effect from cause)
2. It is still about hustle
3. Know what you are good at doing and focus on that.
4. Know what needs to be outsourced
5. Find and understand your audience
6. Take lots of risks and try things
7. Use automation when all possible
— Bill Conrad (Wizard) (@podcastershome) August 10, 2015
Jim grew up in San Jose, California, was enlisted in the US Army from 1986 to 1992, and moved to Nebraska when discharged. He received a bachelor’s degree from Grace University in 1997 and currently serve on the Gallup Federal Credit Union Board as President.
Jim oversee a team of software developers in Omaha NE as well as partner with Gallup’s Talent Resources team to recruit and retain world-class system and database administrators and software developers who support Gallup’s clients and the company’s internal systems.