Richard Pineda’s Three Pieces Of Advice To His Kids: “Strive To Exceed All Expectations”

Written by on April 26, 2012 in Execs to Know - 1 Comment
Richard Pineda, Spear, Inc.

Richard Pineda, Spear, Inc.

WashingtonExec asked the simple question to top area executives:

“If you could give your kids only three pieces of advice, what would they be?”

Today’s insight is from Richard Pineda, CEO of Spear, Inc.

Richard Pineda:

To my three children; Rachel, Richard Jr. , & Reagan,

Here’s 3 pieces of advice that I have given and continue to give you. It’s DNA stems from great leaders that have mentored me, academia, and the school of hard-knocks.

-        As an individual, strive to exceed all expectations and be the best you can be.

-        On a team, contribute your share and then some. If given the opportunity, select only winners. Once those are exhausted, select only teammates that hate to lose.

-        With regard to your family and friends, be loyal and true. Make the time to be there for them, because they’ll always be there for you.

Read more about the recent launch of professional IT services company Spear, Inc. here on WashingtonExec.

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