Vivint CEO: 'At the end of the day, family is what really matters.'


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  • Brave Sir Robin San Diego, CA
    Feb. 10, 2014 8:35 a.m.


    Do you know much about Vivint? It IS a bunch of smarmy salesmen.

  • Capsaicin Salt Lake City, UT
    Feb. 10, 2014 2:57 a.m.

    Why does he dress like that? He looks like a smarmy salesman not a ceo

  • Red San Antonia, TX
    Feb. 9, 2014 2:42 p.m.

    More CEO's need to be like Todd P.

    He is a great example for all companies to follow.

  • Orem Parent Orem, UT
    Feb. 9, 2014 11:27 a.m.

    Unless you like to spend your family time golfing in North Orem.

  • UtahBruin Saratoga Springs, UT
    Feb. 8, 2014 11:20 p.m.

    Love the fact that here is a business owner that is not worried about where he makes the next buck, but more worried about spending time with his family. More CEO's should be this way. When there is a CEO that understands his employees and the balance of life and what is most important. You will always find employees that will bend over backwards for him. Thus, no reason to worry about the next buck. Kind of like the scratch my back and I will scratch yours. Most of the time CEO's ask you to scratch their backs and then they become suddenly busy when it is their turn. Not this guy, he scratches first, and then is willing to wait for the favor in return. Especially if you have some pressing family issues. I would work for someone like this in a heartbeat.

  • george of the jungle goshen, UT
    Feb. 8, 2014 4:23 p.m.

    Man is, so to have joy.
    To see the smile of someone gives me joy. To be-able to count on and depend on someones word gives me joy. to love and be loved by someone gives me joy. Those three gifts you can give, gives me joy.

  • marxist Salt Lake City, UT
    Feb. 7, 2014 4:26 p.m.

    He's in the solar power business. He says the market for solar power in the U.S. is grossly unpenetrated. He's right. More solar - it's the best thing we can do for our economy and the environment.