When you think of becoming a Fortune 500 company, you probably think about the billions and billions of dollars those companies make, but there’s more to those companies than all of the cash. Successful businesses don’t simply appear. They’re made by hard workers. Good employees are the foundation of a successful company. Without them, money […]
Featured in the latest Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce’s newsletter.
Some people seem to know what they want from an early age. Others take a less direct path.
What did I want to be when I grew up? The question hardly ever hit my radar. Not as a kid. Not as a college student. Not as an early job seeker. Just never.
I’m simply not wired that way. In place of “future thought” though, I’ve had a fascination for understanding the world as it was presenting itself to me in the moment. We’re not talking about intelligence here. More like engagement. I always felt like my wiring was a bit different. That caused difficulties, yet was a gift as well.