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Tuesday, 17 April 2012
On the spot with Nick Ryder from CCS (Leeds) Ltd
The Yorkshire Evening Post recently interviewed our very own
Nick Ryder for their regular ‘On The Spot’ feature. Here is what he had to say;
What was your first job?
I worked on my parent’s milk round which was good, honest,
hard work and gave me a sprightly start to the day before school. It was also a
good way of staying fit.
If not in your present job, what would you like to be?
I think that without question I would be a psychiatrist. The
human mind and the way people behave has always fascinated me, we are such
complex creatures and infinitely interesting.
What was your worst mistake and why?
Probably misguided trust in someone but then I learnt a lot
from that incident so I did take away a positive from it too.
What would be your ideal day out of the office?
A day in a spa. It’s one of the best places to relax and I
have always loved being in or around water.
Name one person you would like to have dinner with and why?
If he was still alive then it would be George Harrison. From
what I have heard he was a fiercely intelligent and spiritual person who also
had a great sense of humour.
What was your best subject at school?
Very predictably it was maths and music, which is odd
because music is considered to be an art form and my career in the IT industry,
is very much about numbers and figures as well as a lot of problem solving.
What’s your top time-saving tip?
Invest in a hands-free car kit for you mobile phone.
What would you do if you won the Lotto?
I would carry on as usual but own a bigger TV.
What is your favourite time of day and why?
Getting home after a long day at work and seeing my family.
Why? Because they are my world.
What would you like your epitaph be?
Oh, I don’t want to think about that just yet, thank you
This article appeared in the 17th April edition of the Yorkshire Evening Post and the original article can be seen here.