We are in the future. What is your excuse?


Earlier this morning I was talking with an old colleague regarding a new business venture that will disrupt a billion dollar industry. This gentlemen reached out to me because it was evident that I grasped his attention via social media, and frankly he wanted help launching a new product. He works in the fitness and personal training industry, which I have very little experience in, however; I can recognize a good business idea and tell passion from a mile away. After a 1 hour conversation, I felt great because. I helped someone out.

The next day, in deep thought and meditation I thought of his business idea and realized their was something more. That this can revolutionize and change the world- and become a lifestyle brand. I quickly called him and he agreed. He was eager and willing to fly in an airplane over 1,200 miles to talk in person.

This is the world we live in. Where you can attract someone from being on social media, or your stock can crumble like United Airlines for an online video. Everyday technology is changing and with dozens of forms of social media is it essential to be omnipresent. Take risks- make the phone call and don’t be afraid to post to much on social media, because it might be forgotten tomorrow.


Nick Britton has served multiple positions in his career, however; being a preschool teacher was one of the greatest. He served as an advocate at the state level for children and special education. He is a graduate of the oldest private military academy in the nation, Norwich University, earning a Bachelor of Arts (BA) and a Bachelor of Science (BS) and received his Master of Education (M.Ed) from the University of Vermont. He has several professional publications, hosts weekly networking events, and has given public speaking engagements in multiple regions of the country. He owns several investment properties and contributes on a regular basis to www.progressparenting.com

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