The Personalities Behind Payoff — Meet Aaron S. From Our Accounting Team

I have been at Payoff since …
November 2015.

The best thing about my job is …
The important mission of our company and the brilliant team.

When I’m not working, I am … 
Staying active and spending time with friends and family.

My friends describe me as … 
Honest, loyal and competitive.

When it comes to dogs or cats, I prefer …
Dogs, no contest.

My favorite TV show is …
The Wire. Breaking Bad. The Simpsons. In that order.

My favorite movie is …
The Shawshank Redemption. It’s always on TV, and I always end up watching it.

My favorite book is …
2001: A Space Odyssey.

My favorite food is …
I’ll have the chicken burrito with jalapenos.

My favorite vacation was to …
Last year I went scuba diving in the Galapagos Island and then spent a week in Peru.

A website I check all the time is … 
CNN.

The song I never get tired of hearing is … 
Even After All” by Finley Quaye.

If I had a superpower, it would be …  
I’ll take flight.

If I could trade places with any character from a book or movie, I would be … 
William Wallace in Braveheart.

In the movie version of my life, I’d be played by …
Steven Seagal for the action and Philip Seymour Hoffman for the comedy and drama.

What was the best date you’ve ever been on?  
Does laser tag count?

What do you do when you’re stuck in horrible LA traffic? 
Tunes and sunflower seeds.

What do you eat for breakfast? 
Coffee.

When I was a kid, my dream job was … 
Doctor.

What was your first job?  
Coaching a summer water polo camp.

Magnets?
I feel like magnets are one of those marvels that I have to use the word “neat” to describe. Bonus points: they add character to my refrigerator.

What would you write in a message-in-a-bottle?  
When you get off this island, you should try skydiving.

If you could have dinner with any three people in history, what would you eat?  
I think the people chosen says more than the meal. Robin Williams, Teddy Roosevelt and Jimi Hendrix — grilled cheese is on the menu.

If I could paradox-free time travel to any day in history, I would …
Go back to Feb. 22, 1980, and drop the puck for the Miracle on Ice.

If we were to achieve global peace tomorrow and the whole world were celebrating, I would want to party at …
Sounds like the perfect occasion for a round-the-world cruise.

What’s the appeal of a road less traveled?
Less traffic. More adventure.

If you could change your middle name, what would you change it to?  
I’ll stick with Andrew.

What matters most to me is …
Family.

What I don’t care about at all is …
Reality TV.

Happiness is …
Finding joy in the little things.

On a Saturday/Sunday, I love to …
Get outside.

I really admire …
Entrepreneurs.

Money is …  
Important.

Money is not …
Everything.

My financial personality is …
The Storyteller.

Last week’s Payoff Personality, Kate N., asked you:
If you could do anything you wanted for a living and not worry about how much money you made, what would your job be?

Scuba diving guide in the Caribbean.

And you get to ask next week’s Payoff Personality a question. What’s your question and how would you answer it?
How do you order your perfect pizza?

Pepperoni, black olives, mushrooms and jalapenos.

Payoff Personality – Aaron S.

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