Panel of Peers (Entrepreneurs) at Yale SOM

I had the privilege to be on the entrepreneurship panel at the Yale School of Management with three classmates who are much more accomplished than I am. I shared a perspective of a business with a mission to become the best provider of custom enterprise solutions while providing all employees with a balanced lifestyle. We discussed our visions of life and the company, our most difficult challenges, the entrepreneurial mind, lessons on organizational designs and cultures, and considerations for future entrepreneurs. Continue reading Panel of Peers (Entrepreneurs) at Yale SOM

Printing Press Tour

Professor Richard Rose gave us a tour of the printing press at the Jonathan Edwards residential college. I think he mentioned it was one of the oldest residential colleges at Yale. The basement of the residential college had multiple printing presses. This particular one was next to the laundry room! He gave us a brief history of printing and passed around some old documents that he had in his collection. Check out this picture of me holding an old Korean book! The Korean is mixed in with Chinese characters (this is pretty normal), but some of the Korean segments looked … Continue reading Printing Press Tour

Capitol Hill Lego Set

My wife has been stocking our house with puzzles and legos for M to play with. He’s a bit too young for puzzles and tiny legos honestly, so I think these toys were actually for us adults. Charli’s most recent acquisition is Capitol Hill. We started assembling it while hanging out with friends, but we took the rest of the night to complete. We learned the hard way that we need to finish after opening these things, or M starts throwing the pieces all over the room. Continue reading Capitol Hill Lego Set