Robert Deignan is a business professional who came to be a leading figure in the IT industry simply because he was determined and passionate about his endeavors. Utilizing the scholarship he received from playing football in high school, Deignan studied at Purdue University from 1992-1995 and completed his business academics to receive a Business Management degree. After he received his 4-year degree from college, Robert Deignan could not resist the urge to turn back to playing football. Thus, with great determination, Deignan landed a membership in the NFL whereby he played between 1997 and 1998 for two teams—the Miami Dolphins and the New York Jets. But it was that same year in 1998 when Deignan quit football that he started acquiring an extreme interest in establishing a business career. In so saying, that following year, Robert Deignan helped to establish Fanlink, Inc.—his initial business development that operated for a couple of years. Yet, even after Fanlink dissolved, Deignan was disciplined enough to push forward with his career goals. He then was able to obtain nine years of corporate experience through his position as Executive Vice President of the company iS3. Following iS3, Deignan received IT experience through his employment with an Anti-Malware Software Company. Additionally, it was there that Deignan configured the idea to start his own IT service after being faced with the company’s issue of needing to restore customer’s software on their computers. Upon that idea, Robert Deignan founded Advanced Tech Support (ATS) Digital Services in the summer of 2011. As of today, Deignan owns the distinction of being the very accomplished CEO/Founder of one of the most prosperous world-wide tech applications in the IT industry.
According to Robert Deignan, the recipe for his success fell within the prioritization and execution of a few simple tips. To encourage one’s business to thrive, people must first learn to trust in themselves to make the right business decisions. Being hesitant when making critical decisions is often proven to be a ruinous flaw in the business industry. Following the mastery of this skill, aspiring professionals must also learn to analyze data to get a better understanding of what will work and what factors won’t. Likewise, Robert Deignan mentions that people should strive to welcome those who will be profitable to the team and to avoid working with family and friends because such has too proven to be counterproductive to business. Last but not least, Robert Deignan encourages people to take mental breaks throughout their daily routine to allow themselves the opportunity to reset their creative vibes—vibes and ideas that are essential to the growth of business.