Okay, I’m not fond of heights.
I’m the guy who doesn’t really like to get on my roof to hang up the Christmas lights.
But, last Saturday I jumped out of an airplane at 18,000 feet (a normal skydive is from 13,500 feet)… and LOVED every second of it 🙂
I’ll write a more detailed post and post the video of the skydive here soon… but I wanted to post a quick pic here now and thank everyone who donated and helped us raise over $100,000 for Opportunity International.
Basically, I jumped out of an airplane to take a risk and to show my commitemnt to entrepreneurship along with 26 other entrepreneurs (guys and gals from just starting out to CEO’s of public companies) and what it can do to bring people and communities out of poverty.
So, what risks have you taken recently? If you haven’t taken any… get your ass in gear and work that “risk muscle” a bit this month 🙂
Keep your eye out for a more in-depth post next week w/ the video… its pretty damn awesome 🙂
Have a great weekend! And if you love entrepreneurship and want to help us create new entrepreneurs in Tanzania head on over to the page I just set up that explains it… and being blunt… asks you to whip your wallet out and help push forward the cause.
PS- Oh ya, I’ll be adding a lot to my blog from now on. There’s a lot of really exciting things going on in my businesses, my life, and I’ve committed to ticking off 1 thing from my life list a month the entire year of 2011… and I’ll document it every step of the way on here. So, subscribe to my email list to the right with that cheesy opt in box that I haven’t had time to have my web guy pretty up 🙂 ———–>>>>>