But in this room you discern “I don’t know anyone” and then realize that Leadership Omaha is going to push you.
How many times have you found yourself in a room where you know just a few people? Maybe it is time.
Omaha doesn’t make the list of top 20 cities. But why? I’d argue we excel in almost all of the attribute areas.
Here’s what you need to know – there is an insane opportunity, right now, to capitalize and convert a swarm of roving gamers into potentially paying customers.
While we have been aggressive contributors to the political process, we haven’t been aggressive enough, and that is where we need your help.
“When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news,
my mother would say to me, ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.'” – Mr. Rogers
It’s about raising your hand as high as you can and saying, “I’m in.” Despite the busyness of life, the constraints of our comfort zones or the fear of failure. I’m in.
It’s not a North, South, East or West need, we are building one community.
Make / Happen helps build a sense of urgency in yourself that eliminates any hesitancy when an opportunity arises.
Just last January, I traveled to Japan for my latest trade-focused recruitment trip. I had the fortune of being accompanied by two peers from the State of Nebraska based out of Tokyo, Koji Nagasaki and Hisami Imagawa.
If I’m going to vote (and I always, always do), I want to know there are really qualified candidates running.
Encouraging leaders to commit to public office is both a short-term and a long-term strategy, one we’ll continue to work toward as we all strive to make that mighty rent payment.