I was talking to Vincent Vecchioni and networking in Houston and one thing led to another and he suggested that I check out InHouston. He sent me the link and here I am.
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Married to the love of my life for over 40 years. What's interesting is that I said, "I do," to the military on a Sunday and "I do," to my wife the following Wednesday. I have asked many friends over the years if they knew anyone who ever married on a Wednesday. No one had. On my in-laws 50th wedding anniversary a newspaper article appeared from a friend of theirs - it was the announcement in the local newspaper (Corpus Christi Caller Times) that Woody and Louise Huggins were married at 5:30 a.m. and it was on a Wednesday. I had never asked them if they were married on a Wednesday. I spent four plus years on active duty in which I got a special invitation to Vietnam. My flying over there was intense at times, but not with in inherent danger of flying over enemy positions. We flew the 'Yellow Brick Road' in the South China Sea looking for infiltrators trawlers leaving North Vietnam and heading south. Additionally, we were looking for any Communist Block vessels heading for North Vietnam. We spent ten days in the Philippines, ten days in Vietnam and ten days in Thailand. We were over there for six months on that rotation. I returned home for almost a year and went back over - this time I was stationed in Okinawa, but still flew some missions in direct support of the war in Vietnam.
I went to work for National Semiconductor and Memorex in CA, then moved to TX where I worked for Basic Four, Dresser Industries, and NL Industries. At the height (or should I say bottom) of the oil recession I moved to New Orleans and worked for Boeing at the Strategic Petroleum Reserves and then to a small company called Source Production. I received an opportunity to go back on active duty with the military for 90 days and took it. That lead to another six years of active duty and I retired. I spent two years in New York City, two years in the Bay Area in CA and two years in Stuttgart, Germany. I retired and came back to TX and worked for Halliburton for nine years. My specialties are in Quality Assurance, Reliability Engineering and Logistics. I have professional certifications in each. My academic credentials include degrees in Chemistry, Quality Control, Systems Management and International Business along with a diploma from the Naval War College.
I started Prosperity Professor in mid 2007 and finally perfected it to a level where I now have products (CDs/Book) to sell and do teleconferences and seminars. I will have a DVD out shortly and am working on a textbook that will be in novel format.
Traveling (so far to 60 countries), books - history, historical fiction, action, mystery, self-improvement, motivation. Been reading a book+ on self-improvement for over two years plus my personal social reading for pleasure.
What does your company do to focus on its purpose?
Provide seminars, personal coaching/mentoring
Veteran? Which Branch?
U. S. Navy 1969-1999, Vietnam Veteran, Naval Aviator, Mission Commander on P-3 Aircraft, 4200 flight hours, Initial tour was 4.5 years followed by 20+ years in the Reserves and another six years on active duty. I retired in 1999 with a total of 31+ years and at the rank of Captain (O6).
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