Happy Holidays! I will return in a few weeks with fresh content and a fresh perspective on entrepreneurship in the iEra. As we all take time to reboot, I wanted to re-share this post, which is relevant again. The holidays are always about the great food, but what about the great lessons we can learn about it, and from the people who make great food happen? Chopped is one of my all time favorite TV shows, and in this post, I share why. Happy reading, and happy eating!
“Being powerful is like being a lady. If you have to tell people you are, you aren’t.”
— Margaret Thatcher
“The older I get the less I listen to what people say and the more I look at what they do.”
— Andrew Carnegie
(Thanks Alan Starost for posting these two quotes on Twitter today!)
Since I was a child, I have enjoyed cooking and been a voracious reader. My grandmother taught me to cook early on, when she found me leafing through her cookbooks and magazines containing recipes, riveted by the photos. I reportedly asked for my own library card at age 3, when I discovered that it was free and the gateway to the magical land of Storytelling! My love affair with both activities has continued into adulthood. I have made it a point to indulge both hobbies; to nurture both my mind and my soul.
I have an…
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