September 30, 2015

When I sent the first emails out to friends and family, announcing my new venture, Crimson Club, I knew that I’d receive mixed reviews.  After all, any time something new launches you will get a plethora of responses – some extolling the virtues and others, second-guessing. 


Some parents signed their daughters up immediately, thanking me, for starting something like this.  “This is so needed”, they commented.  And I would smile in agreement and thank them for their support and belief in me.  But others had to have 3-5 phone conversations (with me) just to discuss their concerns about having their daughters join the group. 


I wanted to say to these parents, “If you’re really not sure, don’t do it.  Just wait.”  But as with any new venture, when you’re trying to establish the efficacy of it, you have to play the role of cajoler, controller, friend, listener, advice-giver and anything else that one would need to make up their mind.  Then there was a third subset of par...

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