By Kristin McLane, an EO Cincinnate member and upcoming graduate of the Entrepreneurial Masters Program (EMP).
I was ready, anxious and afraid. I was there to share, to experience, to convert. I had no idea what I was getting myself into.
It’s year one of the EMP, an executive education program hosted through the Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO). Twenty years ago, this program started as an offshoot to a 5-year-old organization known as YEO. Back then, the program was called “Birthing of Giants,” and the class rosters from the past 20 years stay true to that – there are some giants among us.
Upon applying and being accepted into the EMP, I was ready to hear how I could build, transform and groom my business. I was anxious, as I was fifteen years into my business and unsure what was next. I was afraid that what I would learn might be more than I could take in. Drinking from a fire hose would have been easier.