“The critical ingredient is getting off your butt and doing something. It’s as simple as that. A lot of people have ideas, but there are few who decide to do something about them now. Not tomorrow. Not next week. But today. The true entrepreneur is a doer, not a dreamer.” –Nolan Bushnell
Since I was a kid, I have always been an out of the box thinker and organizer. Growing up I was an avid volleyball player and sports fanatic, which taught me the value of hard work, diligence, sportsmanship, integrity, obedience, and consistency.
Today, I value those same principles and consider myself an ambitious explorer, hard-working learner, empathetic leader, creative analyst, and a bold introvert with a strong value of people and their abilities.
People. I care about people, their well-being and doing my best to be good in a world that challenges me daily. I care about making positive impacts in life and business, to the best of my ability.
I care because we all have something to give. I care because I believe we all have untapped potential. I care because we can learn so much from people, if we pay attention.
I am very ambitious, work hard and value people. I want to make a positive impact in this world and help others do the same. I am an integrity-driven leader with a track record of developing and driving growth for several agile start-up companies, organizations transitioning from private to public, and fortune 500 companies.
Mind. Body. Spirit., such important aspects within each of us. I value my mind, body, heart and spirit and believe in nurturing and caring for each one of these aspects, all of which make me, ME!
When the mind, body and spirit work together, I believe we reach a new level of balance that is so life giving.
People are so important. People are so resilient. People are so strong. People are so smart. People are so creative. People are so fun. People, you and I, are what make this crazy world go round.
People are the most important thing in business and life. WIthout relationships or people in our lives, we lose the very essence of our existence.