Ethan Strayer

Ethan Strayer

CAD Drafter and Disc Golfer

Tell us about your hobby.
Disc golf! I love the dynamics of the different flight characteristics. I got into disc golf as a kid but never understood it other than throwing a frisbee from point A to basket. But over the last few years it has been a new experience learning how each disc flies! I’ve got a bag of about 30 that I carry around now so you’ll have to ask me sometime to show what I mean!

What is your chosen discipline? Why do you love it?
I truly have never had a specific discipline. The best I can say is I want to learn and understand all there is to know about the task or job I’m in, to the best of my ability, taking one step at a time..

What’s your superpower?
If you ask me, it’s patience. Keeping a level head in times of distress or catastrophe. If you ask my wife, it’s falling asleep in 5 minutes or less.

If you could go anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?
Back to the Caribbean! Or maybe Israel, I like history and since we have the Bible to reference where places are makes it even more interesting. So seeing those sites would be a lot of fun. That and riding a camel.

If you could snap your fingers and become an expert in something, what would it be?
Languages! If I could be instantly fluent in about 5 or 6 languages that would be amazing! Polyglots are so fascinating!

If you could write a book about your life, what would be the title and why?
“Trial and Error.” Many times we want to go back in time and change or redo a moment in our life. But we wouldn’t be who we are today without those experiences, so I’d write a book about them so I could at least relive those moments and hopefully learn from that.

What is one thing your are learning now, and why is it important?
Proper time management and efficiency. My wife and I were blessed with twins as our first children. And with myself being hired on with Dibble shortly after that coupled with my many side projects I have going on the weekends…Needless to say we’re both learning what we have time for versus what we need to make time for. It’s been an interesting year for us!

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