PEOPLE.  We are committed to the personal development and growth of all of our people. We are committed to the continuing education, improving skills, and the career development of our workforce. Our goal is that RQ employees find meaningful purpose in their work.

SAFETY.  We value people over all other things. We are committed to a safe work environment.

ETHICS.  We strive to maintain integrity and to be honest and forthright in all of our business practices. We are committed to our word and we stand on the Bible as our moral authority.

TEAMWORK.  We respect and value each person’s contribution as we work together toward our common goals. While holding each other accountable, we encourage, coach, and support one another.

INNOVATION.  We are committed to excellence and a never-ending improvement of all that we do. We are committed to both doing things right while doing the right things. RQ employees are always looking for a better way.

DISCIPLINE.  We are committed to defined regimens of thinking, behavior, and conduct in order to develop, control, and continuously improve our decision-making in relation to our strategies, standards, and team building for the sake of excellent results in all facets of our work.

Q3 2019 Flywheel

Q3 2019 Flywheel

RQ is embarking on a lot of newness. A new office building in Carlsbad to accommodate our growing workload which will mean new commutes, new desks, new lunch and coffee spots, etc. Yet there is more. We have new names and new faces joining the team every month. And with this edition of The Flywheel, I introduce one more something new.

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Flywheel Special Edition

Flywheel Special Edition

I had stopped breathing. My heart had stopped beating. My mom gave me CPR and mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and I lived. And I was able to go to school, eventually get married, and bring three lives into the world myself, who, no doubt, will eventually bring more life into this world themselves. But this isn’t about my story.

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Q2 2019 Flywheel

Q2 2019 Flywheel

If you read the business books about the small and medium sized companies that broke through to become larger businesses, they often talk about a transition from being radically entrepreneurial to being more conservative and process driven. The great companies work hard to try and maintain some of that original entrepreneurial spirit…

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