An End is a New Beginning

When I decided to end my military career in 1999, I took 3 months off to sail, travel and spend time in nature which helped me reflect on how I was going to reinvent myself. At the end of this period I was clear that I did not want to work in corporate America and I wanted to get into something entrepreneurial and in real estate (which is what my coursework at Cornell supported).

You may be in the same place of reinvention or just looking to make some extra money. Either way you are probably experiencing some excitement and anxiety. My program is designed to support your excitement and reduce your anxiety. By providing a “guidebook” and as many forms I could think of that you can download and brand as your own I am certain your transition will be easier and you will have a very useful blueprint that I wish I had.

Published on May 21, 2009 in Business Start Up

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