30 Jul Our Members: John Griffin
Today in our random interview, we have John Griffin.
An intro about him? Ok, we can do this. 🤔🧐
Firstly, he is one of the funniest Americans we’ve ever had in our community. If you see some blurry colors just passing next to you through the door of betahaus, that might be him arriving in his skateboard wearing a Hawaiian shirt.
I think we nailed it with the intro. ✌🏻
Here are his answers. ⬇️
What’s your name? for what company do you work? and what do you do?
I’m John, I work for Fleksy, the fastest keyboard in the world! My official title is Head of Partnerships, but I also help create content for our blog and do many other things Marketing related.
What keeps you passionate about your job?
I love the variety in my day to day activities and the challenges of navigating uncharted waters that only a start-up can provide. Also, shout out to Team Fleksy for the incredible company culture that drives me to improve myself and supports a healthy work-life balance!
What project are you most proud of?
Fleksy recently started helping the healthcare sector monitor and detect Neurodegenerative diseases in patients via typing cadence. I’m extremely proud of our team for taking on this challenge and propagating tech in medicine – a completely new marketplace for us!
What’s your ritual to get into a flow state?
I rip my electric skateboard to beta every morning, get a nice adrenaline rush 🤙 , and then make tea.
How do you see a coworking space in the year 3000?
I think I’ll be dead by then…😵
If you could throw a party at betahaus, what would you do?
Paintball fight throughout the whole building! Strobe lights racing, beers flowing, and music bumping.
What’s a business you wish you had started?
What’s the funniest thing you’ve seen or heard in betahaus?
The 2018 Christmas party was absolute bananas!
Do you have a hidden talent?
I can do a Lincoln loop on skis 🎿
⬇️In case you need to know wtf is a Lincoln Loop. ⬇️ https://bit.ly/3153Ihl
Do you want to share with us something about you that people wouldn’t usually know?
A lot of people are surprised when they find out I grew up on a farm in Virginia.