I’ve been thinking an awful lot lately about life and about finding purpose. I’ve gone back and forth trying to determine my goals and the timeline in which I intend to accomplish them. The idealistic part of me would love to have a little family with children that have captivating eyes like their daddy, a house on the lake with a dock out in the sun, a few more rescue dogs that love to cuddle as much as I do, and a Super Target within a five mile radius of my location at all times.
At Corus360, the employee population is about 40% millennials. In the five years that I’ve worked here, I’ve had the opportunity to experience the impact of “reverse mentoring.” Our millennials have taught me to use social media and other online resources, and one of the results of that is that I’m now a podcast junkie.
“Sports do not build character – they reveal it.” – Heywood Broun In 2009, I was a freshman at Collins Hill High School when the Gwinnett Braves played their very first ballgame in Gwinnett County. My parents bought four season tickets for our family of five, assuming, rightfully so, that one of the five of us would be willing to sit out a game or two in a four or eight game homestand.