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Kirk Gutekunst

Kirk Gutekunst, Director of Sales

A quote worth repeating:

“It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit,” by Harry S. Truman. This philosophy, applied to teamwork, can facilitate incredible achievements and inspire a collaborative environment.

A word worth noting:

Perseverance. When challenges arise, meet them with the will to overcome and nothing can get in your way.

Will Huskisson

Will Huskisson, Business Development Manager

A book worth reading:

The Overstory by Richard Powers is a powerful novel that embraces a dark optimism about the fate of humanity. The book is about five trees whose unique life experiences with nine Americans bring them together to address the destruction of forests.

A piece of advice worth passing on:

Always be “The Man in the Arena.” Someone who is heavily involved in a situation that requires courage, skill, or tenacity, as opposed to someone sitting on the sidelines and watching. Do your future self a favor and go read the famous speech delivered by Theodore Roosevelt in 1910.

Somer Wilson

Somer Wilson, Marketing Manager

An activity worth doing:

Visit the Artic Circle! I was fortunate to be able to fulfill a 15-year dream right before COVID hit in Jan 2020 and stay at the Ice Hotel. We were super lucky to see the Northern Lights on a snowmobile safari, and take a dog sled to lunch in a former hunting cabin. It’s cold so bundle up, but it’s soooo worth it!

A recipe worth trying:

Authentic Italian Beef. Let the slow cooker do the work, you take all the credit, easy peasy! One pot for simple clean-up, feeds a crowd, and doesn’t heat up the kitchen on hot summer days. Here’s my favorite recipe.

Want to join the team? We’re always interested in meeting talented people, especially developers. Email and we’ll let you know when an opportunity to interview is available.

Inspiration A monk asked, “What is the unmistaken path?” The master replied, “Awakening to your mind, seeing your nature; these are the unmistaken path.” — Sayings of Zen master Joshu (778–897)