“Work/life balance” has been continuously preached throughout the past several years, but where and how is it happening? Here are four stories for 4 December about EO members who’ve sought to make this concept a reality:
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Warren Rustand, celebrated businessperson, adviser and educator, and EO Global Leadership Academy Dean, gave a presentation at the Aspen Institute for EO Colorado members called “Taking Your Life to the Next Level.” Here is a segment of his talk, where he asks entrepreneurs to re-evaluate their life perspective and to see what’s possible in their journeys of success.
To see Mr. Rustand’s entire presentation, click here.
By Matt Shoup, an EO Colorado member and Owner of M & E Painting, LLC
I recently closed another year of business for M & E Painting, and it was a special time for me for two reasons: We celebrated our 10th year in business, and I had made the decision to step out of the day-to-day operations and focus on speaking, coaching and writing a book through MattShoup.com, my new venture. As I moved forward, I found myself having to explain to peers why I was no longer involved in my first company. Along the way, I uncovered experiences and important lessons learned that proved invaluable in the past decade.
by Russell Lundstrom, an EO Colorado member and founder of Simple Smart Science
“Succeeding in business is all about making connections… For an entrepreneur, the ability to forge connections is a great asset.” Richard Branson
Within the Entrepreneurs’ Organization exists one of the strongest, most influential networks in the world today. As a member, you can meet just about anyone on the planet through EO. One of the great benefits of membership is the opportunity to meet with many diverse and successful people.
By Sean Tonner, an EO Colorado member and managing director of R&R Partners
Like most business owners, my entrepreneurial journey has been wrought with high-pressure meetings, major disappointments and nail-biting challenges. In spite of the high-octane stress, sudden setbacks and unexpected obstacles, I have rarely lost a night of sleep. What’s my secret? Perspective. Everyone is given gifts in the form of experiences that help shape their approach to life. The three most impactful life events that serve as my guideposts are as follows: