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The person that I interviewed is Mr. Smith (he wanted his real name off the record). This gentleman is at the young age of 56, male, white, and five foot four inches. He is average body size for his height. He is has changed religions 5 times in his life but at this point he is a Christian for fifteen years now. His background is mainly Irish but he has some German, English, and Indian. His family came to this country in the early 1800’s from Ireland. Mr. Smith is a long line of loggers here on the west coast. He has been working for the logging industry ever since he was 17 years old. He dropped out of high school but got his GED years down the line. He is married to a lovely lady for 30 years now has two kids that are grown, and one goes to college in Florida and the other lives in Virginia with a family of their own. Mr. Smith remembers information more accurately by seeing the actions being performed but sometimes reading is the better way to go. He gave me a couple examples of when he was working in the warehouse that he has worked for a decade ago. The first example he used was when he was learning how to use the heavy equipment. He was able to remember better when he was shown how to run it than reading the manual. The other example that he used was when he had to repair the heavy equipment that he was driving. He said it was easier to remember to read the repair manual than being shown because it gave the proper specs on how to fix it correctly so it won’t break down on him later on. When I asked him how does he prefer to study. He responded a little of both but prefers a little more at home than a library. He has a home office which is pretty quiet. He does like loud music from time to time when studying or reading something. The only time when he goes to the library is when he is doing some kind of research and takes his wife there to get her mystery books. Mr. Smith has not taken or even heard of the Myers Briggs test. I asked him if he would be able to take the test so I can report the results. He said he would try but life gets a little busy and he was not able to take the test in time so I could write this report. He apologized about what happened. The results of the test will be not in this report. The experiences that led up to the personality is by his family up bring, church, and his friends. His family up bring taught him that family is important no matter what, to always be respectful to everyone even your enemies, and live life to its fullest. As for the church, what he really gained from there was patience and how to apply it to everyday in his life. Finally were his friends, he was lucky to have a good set of friends to help him through some tough times and as the same in return. When it came to talking about attitudes, he always keeps himself in check. Sometimes his family would help him out because when he gets mad he needs to be talked down (it happens very seldom). Most of the time he thinks about what he saying and how to say it before he speaks it. He was raised to accept every person out there no matter of what race, gender, and ethnicity that they are. His grandparents were racist that hated blacks and Irish. To this day he stills wonder why they had so much hate for them two groups. His parents were the opposite of them and taught him to respect everyone for whom they are. He told me it is tough for him to talk to someone that is racist because he feels that he would disrespect them. Mr. Smith finds himself intrinsically motivated than he is extrinsically motivated. He said granted getting rewards for doing something is great but having the self satisfaction is the best. Like for example, where he works at now he does not care if there is a pay check or not because he loves what he does (granted he needs a pay check to make a living). Like jobs in the past, he really did not like the job but he knew that he was getting a pay check. When he about 33 years old, he was working for this logging company. He was working on this logging site where they were loading cut trees to be hauled to the lumber company. The bosses had setup a station where to store and lad the logs. After a couple of days, he saw a potential hazard where one of the cranes was at. He suggested a better position to put the crane before someone got hurt or even worse, killed. They heard and saw what he was saying but did nothing about it. A week later the crane went over the edge of the hill and killed the crane operator instantly. Mr. Smith had a goal where in 1976 he was going to buy a home. He saved every penny he could ever since he was a kid. Sadly his goal had to be put to the side for medical reasons until 1980 when he bought a three bedroom home straight out with no loans what so ever. He still lives in that beautiful home with a big separate garage today. Back in May of 1992, he made the decision of buying a 1969 charger that needed a lot of work. His wife did not like what he paid for it and reason he bought it for. With the budget tight as it was, she was not in favor to get it. He explained to her that he can do extra work off to the side to pay for the work done to the car and still be able to manage his time with the family. After a couple of weeks, she saw that he was true to his word and accepted it. There was a time when he went above and beyond the call of duty. When he was going to the Church of Christ, they were raising money for this family that had their home burnt down. He and a couple of other guys when to talk to some contactors, lumber companies, and etc. They convinced them to help out this family to build a new home for them for nothing. He took time off of work (without pay) to help the building of the family’s new home. When it comes to schedule interruption, he is usually planning to be in evolved when planning an event. Like for example, he has a doctor’s appointment and needs to be there a two thirty pm. He knows it takes him to get there in twenty minutes. So he plans to leave about an hour early because he never knows what he might encounter on the way there. If there was a problem on the way he would call to let them know that he will be late or just reschedule for another time. In summer of 2005, a team consisting him and 8 other workers had to come up with a better work process in a certain section of the plant. The deadline to turn in this plan was due in the following week. The deadline was pressure enough but was the major pressure was getting everybody to agree on a plan so they can turn it in on time. Mr. Smith had to deal with a person especially at his old job in the warehouse. He tried to teach this new employee the ropes of the place. The new employee’s attitude was very cocky and he thought he knew it all. Well Mr. Smith had to sign off the new employee before the company would allow the newbie to work on his own. Well the newbie did not listen and he never signed off any paper work. The newbie was let go from the job and he never returned. Finally Mr. Smith in all has a great attitude about life in general. He is a very family oriented person and so is his family too. If anything happens he is there no matter what. He had three priorities, first is GOD, second is family, and finally is work. He has had a tough life for being a logger for most of his life but has a heart of gold. It was an honor to meet this gentleman and his family. I hope there more people like him in this world.

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