1) Life is comprised of work and play
Through the concept of Philosophical Engineering, I continually focus on designing a life worth living. A life style design in which I hold myself accountable to growing in education, my work ethic, and the quality of relationships of those around me. Fine tuning of my moral compass.
Anthony Tenaglier is a Sr. Process Engineer in the aerospace investment casting industry with a B.S in Material Science Engineering and M.A. in Psychology. He is a columnist writer for the Thermal Processing Magazine in which he expresses that better quality in a process is both technical and practical knowledge. Tony is also a 500RYT yoga teacher who enjoys teaching not only physical posture sequences, but yogic philosophy and self-help in his classes. Through the concept he calls Philosophical Engineering, he believes life is a process we can all work at to better who we are and who we become. That’s his “work”. An avid golfer on the weekends; catch him on a good day and he can shoot par. You can also hear him playing drums in the band The kNowhere kidS performing triplets in his drum solo. Tony has a goal of running a marathon in every state, and will admit his room is full of Legos he still plays with. That’s his “play”. However, how he does anything, is really how he does everything. For him it's all the same game.