I have spent my life trying to find out what I am "meant" to do, and ultimately it has come down to, follow my heart.
Both my sister and I have personal interests in fostering leadership, her through her work environment, and me, well basically in all things. Although it may or may not be relevant, I did get a degree in leadership after-all. This series, however, is not as much about the scholarship of leadership as it is about how we start to recognize how to become the directors and leaders of our own lives.
Please join us as we share our thoughts and ideas.
Conversation One: What is my Heart's Desire?
The Community House Network is starting two Lecture Series: If I Knew Then and Already Leading. These series are intended to share information, foster conversation, and build awareness around issues of starting new-businesses or leadership endeavors. For those who are feeling a bit lost in their efforts to forge their own way as a small business or charity start-up off the ground, it is hoped that these conversations will spark new and renewed inspiration.
What are the critical pieces we need to be successful in the marketplace?
Why is a vision so important?
How do we stay responsive to the needs and wants of those we serve?
How do we clarify what we stand for and stay true to our mission and vision?
These and so many other issues of building a successful organization are the crux of our purpose for these lecture series.
We intend that these very first recorded interviews will become the foundation for more engaged workshops developing specific elements of leadership and entrepreneurial mindsets necessary for success. Stay tuned for workshop offerings in the future. But for now, it is my pleasure to present the first offering.
This first inaugural conversation was held with my brother Jim Larrison, although I still affectionately refer to him as Max. All my life he has been an example of success in starting up projects. Honestly, I have watched from the sidelines without fully understanding, and so this conversation was as enlightening for me as it will be for you.
I hope you enjoy the first in our series.
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