FATHER, TECH ENTHUSIAST, ENTREPRENEUR
About Chris Miles
Who inspires me
My mother. She made an amazing impact on my life through her love, passion, and hard work.
Raising a family of four on her own, she overcame the odds by running her own successful business. She ignited my entrepreneurial passion by supporting me as I started my first business at the age of 16.
Though she is no longer with us, her legacy will always be my greatest source of inspiration, pushing me to be as loving, passionate, and hard-working as she was.
- “It ain’t how hard you hit—it’s about how hard you can get hit, and keep moving forward.” – Rocky Balboa
- “Don’t become a wandering generality. Be a meaningful specific.” – Zig Ziglar
- “When life gives you lemons, keep them, because, hey, free lemons!” – Proverb
- Tennis, pickleball, and boating
- Spending time with my wife and kids
- Helping people accomplish more
Words of wisdom
Life is too short to be mediocre.
Big goal for 2020
Maximum employment accomplished by out-marketing, outselling, and out-contributing.
DEVELOPING FUTURE LEADERS
Chris Gets It Done
Chris Miles founded Miles Technologies in 1997 and has had a hand in nearly every role, from programming to website development.
Today, Chris advocates for his team of over 275 technology experts and focuses on three main priorities:
Developing and communicating the vision of the company and where we are headed.
Building our team by developing leaders and fostering the skillsets of high-contributors.
Representing the brand and our core belief that we can help people accomplish more.
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A lot of people look at interruptions as an annoyance.
Interruptions actually make you advance, in my opinion.”