Recently, I have caught myself a few times backtracking and re-imagining how life would be for me if I had made certain decisions differently, or if I had done certain things instead of certain other things.
In the past two weeks, I have had the opportunity to reflect on the happenings of 2014, my objectives going into it, and how much progress I made towards achieving them.
I’m building a team in Q1 2015 to explore the viability of a large scale African festival in Austin.
Since I’ve gone off the road of being an individual contributor on teams to being a business leader, I’ve found myself getting a lot of requests for advice from my direct reports and other members of the organization who trust me or have good working relationships with me.
“Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.” – Theodore Roosevelt Marketing sometimes could be as simple as offering people in need our low margin products and/or services free of charge, with the hope that they’ll pay it back when the opportunity presents itself.