Team RIO

Running Team RIO

I’m writing this at the end of the ROI conference. I slept two hours last night. I know I should have just been responsible and gone up to my room to get a good night’s sleep but I wanted to be surrounded by my ROI peers. After all it would be the last time we are all together as a group—as this group of people. Am I being dramatic? Yes.

As I reflect on my time here (reflections of a semi-drunk morning-after with two cups of coffee, one in each hand) I realize how much this conference has changed my life. I’m not going to get cheesy. I’m just going to say thank you for it all.

The opportunities I have experienced in the last five days have rocked my world. I have made connections and networked with people that will take my ideas to the next level. I have met people that want to do something and take action. I have collaborated. I have shared. And I now know that I am only at the beginning of my goals. Mainly because now I have 500 new aspirations, thanks to ROI.

I have connected. I have created. And I have coffeeed.

The opinions, facts and any media content here are presented solely by the author, and The Times of Israel assumes no responsibility for them. In case of abuse, report this post.