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INSPIRED TOGETHER THE EXCHANGE SPRING 2020 HOW DID YOU GET INVOLVED OUR FAVORITE TRAILBLAZERS: WITH SALESFORCE? Mostly luck. I got a promotion at my first job, and it just happened to involve working with Salesforce. I immediately got hooked and never ADAM looked back! WHAT ARE FIVE WORDS TO DESCRIBE OLSHANSKY YOUR FEELINGS Career-building, exciting, evolving, passionate, life-changing. ABOUT SALESFORCE? DO YOU REMEMBER THE FIRST TIME YOU USED APPEXCHANGE? Probably from the very beginning of my experience with Salesforce, back in 2014. WHAT APPEXCHANGE APP DO YOU FIND Every time I get a new org, I love running YOURSELF USING TIME Field Trip to see where AND TIME AGAIN? I can immediately reduce clutter. WHERE’S YOUR FAVORITE PLACE YOU’VE TRAVELED TO? A couple of years ago, I spent about a week in Rome. Between the food, the architecture, and the history, it was incredible! LAST BOOK YOU READ? Origin by Dan Brown. FAVORITE SERIES TO WATCH ON NETFLIX? “The Office” or “Parks and Rec.” WHO DO YOU CONSIDER AS YOUR David Liu has been one of my biggest MENTOR OR IDOL? Ever since I got into Salesforce, mentors/idols! I’m honored to be able to call him a co-worker now. Salesforce MVP Since his first exposure to Salesforce in 2014, Salesforce MVP WHAT DOES BEING A TRAILBLAZER Salesforce Engineer at Google Adam Olshansky has been fueled by a passion for learning and MEAN TO YOU? It means building on the success of others to achieve your own sharing knowledge with others. Blazing his own trail to his success — and then ensuring that others are able to follow you as well #dreamjob at Google, Adam continues to be an active member to continue the cycle of success. When we all achieve together, the of the Salesforce community, and being 14x certified, follows collective group is even stronger. his own personal motto of “never stop learning.” ANY ADVICE FOR OTHER TRAILBLAZERS? Believe in yourself, learn from the mistakes of others, and once you’ve reached the top of the mountain (or even somewhere in the middle), don’t forget to grab the hand of the person behind you and lift them up to where you are. 29

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