Meet the team – The fifth in command, affectionately known as Bosley…
‘Getting to know you, getting to know all about you’…… or so the song goes.
People often ask us… ‘What’s so-and-so really like ? We speak with them on the phone all the time but we’ve never met them’.
As a result, we felt it was time to publish a quick, informal question and answer session with all of our team individually, just as a bit of fun mostly but you never know, it might spark a conversation between others over mutual tastes.
This month we speak with the office minion Rob (also known as Bosley on account of him being surrounded by angels, and no Rob didn’t come up with the moniker or the reason why…)
So Rob, what’s your best trait ?
I’d like to think patience but I’m sure both my family and my colleagues would have a word or two to say about that.
What’s your most annoying habit ?
Procrastination, or is it, I’m never too sure. Let me think about that one for a while and I’ll come back to you.
What hobbies do you have ?
Still playing golf really badly (but I do enjoy our charity golf events we arrange in the Summer months).
Playing footie with my old team mates (but I’m at an age now where the brain is willing but the body is not !)
Being out and about with my family and our dog Beau. Time is precious when you run a business so the ability to spend time with those precious to yourself becomes more and more paramount as you get older.
What three things would you take with you on a desert island ?
My wife Dan, our daughter George… and some headphones…
What’s your favourite ‘happy’ movie ?
Anything from the old school 80’s like Ferris Bueller, Weekend at Bernies. Anything that’s not too taxing on the old grey matter.
What’s your favourite ‘sad’ movie ?
Tend not to watch sad movies, life’s too short to spend it in tears.
Which two people (dead or alive) would you share a meal with ?
My Grandparents – Enough said !
Tell us a joke ?
Patient – Doctor Doctor, you’ve got to help me, I think I’m a moth.
Doctor – You don’t need my help, you need the Psychiatrist next door.
Patient – Yes I know, but your light was on !
Thank you, I’m here all week.