In November of this year, I was listening to an interview on National Public Radio’s All Things Considered program. The interview was with Charles Handy, founder of the London Business School and a management consultant whose work has inspired me for some time.
A Humble Beginning, an Enduring Commitment XanGo LLC started from quite modest beginnings. I recall the planning days back in 2002. XanGo’s founders—Joe Morton, Aaron Garrity, Gary Hollister, Gordon Morton, Kent Wood and myself—sitting around the conference table hammering out business details and making a commitment to giving back, just as soon as we turned our first profit.
Next month I’ll celebrate two important milestones—my 54th birthday and the 35th anniversary of the day I was recruited into direct selling by a man wearing a polyester leisure suit with white platform shoes.
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