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Hi I'm Kyle!

I'm a college student studying I/O Psychology and Applied Statistics. I love problem solving. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am the oldest of three in my family, the big brother to two younger sisters. I am currently a junior in college, attending in Idaho. I'm studying Industrial/Organization Psychology. Try saying that five times fast! I am learning how to find the most productivity out of people and how to motivate them; it's a great major! I enjoy doing many sports, which include playing basketball, golf, lacrosse, and just good ol' working out. I love being active. I also love reading books about American history and human behavior. I like working, and I don't like staying still. I've worked for Domino's Pizza the past seven years and its just so much fun! I am also getting married soon to my future wife, Kayla. I'm so excited to start a family!

Why I am a Mormon

I have been a member my whole life. I was taught by my parents and great Church leaders along the way to become who I am now. I know that this path I have chosen is the right one. I know that Jesus Christ is the standard for righteousness. He has shown me the way and He is my light in all things. My testimony encompasses more than just Church. The influence of Jesus Christ in my life has manifested itself in my career, study habits in school, and in my community. I guess that's the point, right? I have testimony that Christ is eager to help all of us in our daily struggles, and as we turn to Him, He will help! His love makes me want to do better at becoming more like Him.

How I live my faith

I think the greatest thing about the Church is the emphasis on serving other people, no matter where or the circumstance. I love being available to others at my occupation; where I can pass on skills I've learned to others. This faith has taught to be on the constant lookout for those less fortunate than I, and to help them the way they need it. In my church calling, I was called to serve as someone who organizes the men to visit the families in the area. I even get a chance to teach every now and then. I love what I do!