By Matt Lawson, AT&T Insider

Josh Reich could have worked just about anywhere.

Many of Silicon Valley’s heavy hitters came calling, but it was a chance encounter with a former AT&T employee that really got him thinking. And there’s very little Josh likes more than thinking.

“We’re building something that’s really powerful and I think the future is bounded partially by our imaginations,” Josh says. “Partially by all of the the innovative and unexpected things that our customers are going to want to do. That’s the space I want to live in. It’s exciting times.”

Hear from a next-level thinker about what AT&T brought to the table that he felt couldn’t be ignored. The list of offers he turned down speaks volumes for what he sees for the future of his company.