Anthony Zolezzi Tag

Independence

This coming weekend, we will be hosting another gathering of the extraordinary and incredible. These people have been active together, in many different business and social aspects, for the last three to six months. This morning, as I was looking forward to this gathering and reflecting...

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Thee Before Me

Early in my career, I learned lessons that continually pop up during certain times, specifically, to help me see through blurry or foggy situations. This is helpful because throughout life, you may work on businesses, non-profits, community organizations or family situations, and sometimes that can...

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Chopping Wood

This week was fantastic, incredible and jump-for-joy great! But I will tell you one little secret, it had nothing to do with planning, power points or directing or controlling —it just happened. Why did it happen? One simple reason… People showed up to discuss critical problems...

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Family Office

Recently, I was challenged in a very different way than I usually am. I was invited to a conference that show-cased upcoming health and medical innovations for family offices. Family offices are a source of money for these innovative companies that is different from Venture or...

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Youthful Energy

This week was incredible! I was so fortunate to attend Sustainatopia, a signature John Rosser event with many fantastic, incredible speakers, all of whom I enjoyed meeting. The panel that I was on was made up of three accomplished investment professionals, doing really cool stuff. The...

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17 Seconds

I have always wondered why I am attracted to the number 17. I am not sure why, but I can't even walk past a roulette table without betting on Black 17. So today, while on the elliptical, I was listening to a conversation between Wayne Dyer...

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Keep On Walking

I received an email the other day from a good friend who lives in Montevideo. He told me he had lost everything, including his cell phone. He wasn't really complaining, he just wanted me to know he couldn't call me. I paused, and read the email...

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What Do You Aspire To?

Recently, I met with a young medical doctor. He is looking at the entire medical care industry differently, and questioning why we do things the way we do. For instance, why are certain medications, surgeries, and procedures prescribed — just because they are standard operating...

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Be Marvelous In May

May is here! The birds are chirping loudly, the days are getting long and warm, and I was happy to be waking up in my own bed. I was reflecting, thinking about how special spring is. I was also thinking about my recent trip and...

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Positive Changes

In the Sunday, 4/26 Washington Post, is the story of how Kraft is taking artificial colors and preservatives out of their macaroni and cheese, which is a really a great thing, good for them. Since Linda Bonvie and I wrote Chemical Free Kids in 2002, we...

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