Enthusiasm / By Nigel Christie
Enthusiasm – Definition (Oxford English Dictionary)
“Intense and eager enjoyment, interest, or approval”
When I started my career in the aviation industry I never imagined that after 35 years, I would still approach every day with the same sense of excitement and enthusiasm as I did when I started. At GA Telesis, that same enthusiasm is shared within the entire organization starting with our CEO and founder, Abdol Moabery. He epitomizes the word and creates that drive and culture in our organization, inspiring a purpose and excitement to every employee.
Perhaps, what makes GA Telesis special is that it is chock-a-block full with people who feed off energy and who love, not only their jobs but, the industry. The company’s success is partially derived from a passionate team that only know how to go the extra mile for our customers. They don’t want to achieve sales, they want results and moreover, to ensure the success of our customer. In a nutshell, that is the differentiator, the enthusiasm of the GA Telesis team is driven by the team’s desire to ensure our customer’s success; not ours. It is infectious, results driven, empowering and, over time, I have come to realize that this is GA Telesis’ own brand of enthusiasm and one that I am proud to be a part of and which is reflected in every division and every office around the globe.
It reminds me of a quote I once read.
“The real secret of success is enthusiasm. Yes, more than enthusiasm, I would say excitement. I like to see men get excited. When they get excited they make a success of their lives.” – Walter Chrysler
I know that is what makes our company so special.