I’ve always seemed to have more ideas than time. I really should start keeping a log of all my ideas – I’d be curious how large such a list would grow. These are things from awesome website ideas, to ideas for a business venture, to even things like politics and local community development. This is undoubtably why ideas are viewed as being a dime a dozen. Ideas are the easy part, execution is where the things get tricky.
For many it is not the destination, but the journey, that makes an adventure. I can relate. Two years ago I joined Summit ESP, and began a journey that I will never forget.
There were many things that attracted me to Summit, but perhaps the one that influenced me the most were the people. I felt – and still do feel – that they had put together a top-notch team. Truly one of the single best teams I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with.
Perhaps it was my years as a Scout, and their insistence on always being prepared for whatever might come your way, but I have always carried more adapters than I could possibly need around with me in my bag. The idea of being caught without a cable or adapter for some tech gadget is distasteful, to say the least.