“Thank you, again, for a great class. Definitely the best seminar I’ve ever taken; your energy is contagious, and you engaged us well. The interaction, role play (I really enjoyed being the interrupting PM!) and activities made me think and helped to drive your message home.” – D. Cohn
If you’re not enjoying what you do, then why are you doing it?
Consider the thought, of how short life is. Life is precious, short, and hopefully sweet. A student of mine reminded me this last week of this when he said: “I need to change my career. Thanks for helping me see this. Life is too short to do something I hate!”
I resonate with this 110%.
People will say: “Find something you love to do.” – Easier said than done. I’m proud that we’re part of the journey of self-discovery for many… that’s what we’re all about. Our desire is to help you find your passion. That drives us. Wakes us up every day.
Thank you for the opportunity!
We had the neat opportunity yesterday to spend some time with some other local small business owners as well as an eclectic group of entrepreneurs from a variety of backgrounds.
Sponsored by Dell and led by Ingrid Vanderveldt, their Entrepreneur in Residence, it was an opportunity for us to come together and think strategically about our local economy, what can be done to stimulate growth, as well as suggest opportunities for Dell to partner with these opportunities to make them happen.
I was pleasantly surprised at how open and available Dell was to hear our thoughts (and our struggles) of being entrepreneurs in Atlanta and the Southeast at large and they were able to take back with them some very realistic and actionable items to help improve Georgia’s SMB outlook.
In addition, Dell sponsored a survey and white paper detailing some findings about the local Atlanta and SMB economy. Here’s what they found: