Two years ago it felt like a really good idea. And when I finally had to decide, I looked at it this way: I had held this job longer than any of my predecessors, and I was traveling 300,000 to 400,000 miles a year all over the world. And it just felt like the right time. I think I did the worldwide RCO stuff for about eight years and have been in the channel for 20-something years. And I wanted to work right until the very end in the channel.
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