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UPDG Team Player - John Willis

PICK 9 Interview

Each UPDG Team Player picks 9 questions to answer from a much larger list.

John Willis disc golf
  1. Would you rather cook order in?

    As a former chef, I would much rather prepare a homemade meal over ordering in. Cooking can be a great stress reliever and creation period.

  2. If you only had one sense (hearing, touch, sight, et.) which would you want?

    That’s tough, but if I were to only have 1, after already having all of them, the choice would have to be sight. Too many beautiful things to see in the world.

  3. Would you rather make more money doing a job you hate or less doing one you love?

    I feel that your time and happiness far outweighs a little extra wealth obtained though misery.

  4. If you found out today was your last day on Earth, what would you do?

    I would make my way to the nearest disc golf course, and play until I couldn’t see the discs anymore. Then I’d find myself having a prime cut of steak, and a cold one.

  5. If you see a puddle on the ground, do you walk around it or over it?

    Hmmm, that all depends on the size of the puddle. But over if possible.

  6. How many hours do you get to the airport before a flight?

    Well, I should probably work on this one, but usually the type of person to get through security with less than 15 minutes until boarding. Luckily I haven’t missed a flight…. Yet.

  7. If you could have a superpower, what would it be?

    Teleportation. I have always talked about the possibility of having it. Time saved, exotic places visited, the possibilities are endless with teleportation.

  8. Do you think you’ll likely accomplish all of your dreams?

    I will definitely get close, however I plan on always dreaming. I dream bigger and bigger every year, all while living the dreams of a younger self that was not able to see just how far I would go.

  9. Are you good at solving puzzles?

    Usually so. I always have been, both in books and in real life situations. I love to keep the brain active and strong. If you don’t use it, you lose it.