“By serving the Leader I am indirectly impacting the entire organization”- Erin Pande

When everything is said and done I will give an account of how I used my talents, time and resources...

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I know this is not an easy job. What drives you?

When everything is said and done I will give an account of how I used my talents, time and resources. He is not someone that I am willing to disappoint. I would also say that educating Entrepreneurs on how to steward their body will have a ripple effect because the Leader is the one that sets the pace and tone of the of their entire organization. By serving the Leader I am indirectly impacting the entire organization.

None of us are able to achieve success without some help along the way. Is there a particular person who you are grateful towards who helped get you to where you are? What lesson did you learn from them?

There are multiple people that have serendipitously entered my life at the exact moment when I needed someone. All of them remain my closest confidants, mentors and friends. The most profound advice they gave me was to be bold and to be gracious with myself when I am doing something new.

How do you push through your worst times?

I remind myself that the longer you sit in fear, doubt or confusion, the more time that you waste.

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