ion without disrupting my daily life... (Family/BIZ/Sports, etc)
2) SCALING Business (Hiring staff, etc)
The outcome was great with a "game changer" 1/3 the way through the process, with an ultimate focus on my....
2) Family (Wife/Children)...
Until we connect soon, take care!
Your Medical Device, Brian http://www.johnstonsearch.com…
r and continues to drive how I work and deal on a day-to-day basis.
Twenty years ago, if you asked me what I did, I would have said. I'm part-time dental assistant, full-time mom and over-time wife. Today this answer isn't so easy.
Working in the dental field was easy, too easy, for me. Rarely came an opportunity to develop me - who I am. There, of course, have been mentors. One of my instructors at Indiana University and the first dentist I worked for were instrumental in my transition through young adulthood.
Being a wife and mother, I drew inspiration from my own mother, mother-in-law and close friends. I also really identified with Hope Steadman, played by Mel Harris, on the show thirtysomething.... I know, "But, Ray, it's TV..." I know. I couldn't help myself, I was drawn to the similarities in our lives - even though I was a twentysomething.
As a recruiter and businesswoman, I feel extremely lucky to have had so many mentors from many different industries. These individuals continue to inspire me, daily. It was a year ago, almost to the day, that I joined RBC and became a fan of this community and the idea-sharing, industry-shaking innovation, and knowledge diffusion that takes place. Jason Davis has been a mentor to me, interestingly enough, not for what he gives to me but for what takes from me and the rest of us. He is a cyclone that pulls in knowledge and relationships and spreads the best parts around to fertilize the virtual ground we traverse.
I am better at what I do and in all aspects of my life for having been a member of this community.
So what inspires you?