2 years ago today I started my tenure as a Co-leader of November Project – NYC, and since then, it has been a WILD ride…that I would not trade for the world. Agreeing to step into November Project Leadership is one of the best decisions I have ever made (and I made the choice to get 2 bagels this morning – so there is competition). Ultimately I am super thankful for the people who have come into my life as a result of me being a leader.
To the amazing people I have had the privilege of leading with, you are all saints. Jason, Mary, Kevin, and Melissa – Thank you for your patience with me trying to verbalize my ideas, my goofiness which I know can be a lot. Basically thank you for dealing with me and I hope I have made even a fraction of the impact on your lives as you have made on mine. On top of that, leadership has brought some amazing people into my life, and enhanced my relationships with some people that I love being around.
It is hard to put into words what this all means to me. This tribe means so much to me, and I am super proud to lead you. I have my good days, and my bad days (in terms of attitude, performance, goofiness, etc.) and you bear with me through it all. I have learned a lot in my time, about myself, about people, about leadership. There is still plenty more to learn and I look forward to sharing that experience with each of you. Over the past two years, we have had some fun. Some of my highlights from those past two years definitely have to be Frost Fit on the flight deck of the intrepid. The bounce when I taunted a Nor’easter. Battleship, and all the social runs we have done (more to come!). This blog: https://november-project.com/the-happiest-of-holidays-np/ And of course, my favorite workout every year is absolutely the NYC Marathon workout. There have been so many overwhelmingly joyous occasions that I am so blessed to have shared with all of you. Thank you all.
You are all rock stars, thank you for 2 amazing years, and I look excitedly to the future as we continue on this journey together.