In the early ’80s, I had my first CEO job. 32 years old and I finally got to put “President” on my business card. The joy was complete. After a while I discovered that I was not comfortable in the role. In addition, I went into a role that was not me – I was not authentic. That’s when I decided to get better. Better as a leader, better as a family man and better as a person. I started a long journey of self-development. Eventually I began to grow. 20 years later, I am working with mentoring and leadership development for executives, managers and management teams. Today I am deeply grateful that I took the chance.