Here’s a scenario: You’re 26 years old, your (large) Irish family is a known quantity in the Buffalo area where you grew up, you even work in a family-owned Irish Bar. Life is good, time to punch the clock and continue with the script.
Unless you’re Molly McGrath, that is.
Molly, at the tender age of 26 decided to take a one-year flyer and explore the potential for a different life in Denver, CO, a place she had never previously been. You know who makes decisions like that? Future entrepreneurs, that’s who.
With no college degree, no industry experience, no history in the Denver area (but with plenty of chutzpah that comes with being young and unencumbered) Molly found her footing, found her mentor, then found her calling.
Listen into a conversation about possibility, the value of mentorship and coaching, and a feel for how you can have that same entrepreneurial mindset guide you in a corporate environment.
Getcher ears on and listen, there’s no turning back now.