An Entrepreneur Who Took a RiskPosted: July 16, 2010
I read a great article in the New York Times called “An Entrepreneur Who Took a Chance on Herself” about a female entrepreneur who bravely left the corporate world to start her own business.
An excerpt from the article says:
“My co-workers were intelligent, ambitious and fun, and I interacted with high-level executives at Fortune 500 companies. My perks included free concert tickets, ski trips and fancy dinners. I was on track to be earning six figures within three years. It was the good life I had been chasing along with my peers at Stanford.
So why wasn’t I happy?”
Can you relate? The rest of the article is available at the link above. I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments.