• The Oklahoma standard is something that people have to experience and witness; it’s not rhetoric. There’s theory, and there’s practice. Some people like to practice, and some just like the benefits of the performance. Oklahomans are practitioners. That mindset is very much the currency of the city in my opinion. It is at the core of so many things, past and present.
• We can look at a lot of different strengths of this city, whether it’s energy, information technology, health service or the other industries that drive us forward on an economic basis. But in my short experience here, I believe the greatest attribute that exists in Oklahoma is that of the people and the civic pride that exists between them. Being around that sense of purpose and civic pride has been a tremendous experience for myself and the people I work with. It inspires your work and your perspective on your contribution.
• Thinking 20 years down the line is tough when you consider I have only been here for five. Though, if the next 20 are built on the same materials that I have come to know in the first five, I would have to think that the best is yet to come in Oklahoma City.
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