The other day after a client asked me “where the f*#k is the lettuce” I had a sudden realization. If you’re not doing it right, you’re doing it wrong. I wasn't delivering on the value proposition that was originally promised to our customers. . .
At 28, I was driven, ambitious, naive, and had a healthy dose of arrogance. With some good experience building revolutionary software products, I thought I was well on my way to my goal of being a CEO. . .
One of the best parts of my job is watching young people find their groove and graduate as remarkable young adults. Last month we said goodbye to one of those students who we convinced to hang around the university for an extra year working for the Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship and the Institute for Community Prosperity. . .