Guest Appearance: Angel Santiago

Angel Santiago: Do You Judge A Book By It’s Cover?

“You can keep your commitments, or you can keep your excuses but you can’t keep them both.”

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About Way Ahead

My actions as a leader are driven by a powerful word— service. As I’ve matured, I’ve developed a passion for building teams and helping organizations reach new heights. Being a positive force on a team is something that pushes me to improve everyday.

I’ve been a part of many great teams made up of individuals from different walks of life, and I’ve learned the importance of authenticity and diversity of thought. These lessons guide my actions as a leader, and I strive to empower those on my team to do their best work. Serving my teams is never just about delegating authority, but rather rolling up my sleeves and leading the way.

About Episode

Entrepreneurs can come from anywhere. Visionary individuals whose ideas and passion could potentially change the world. However, it’s one thing to have those ideas. It is something else altogether to know how to connect to the world with those ideas. Where can a young entrepreneur or inventor go? Where can they find the mentorship that can potentially move them to the next level of success?

A solution to these questions may come in the form of software. After all, there are over 525, 000 software and IT service companies currently in the United States alone. Surely, one of these aspires to make it easier for young people to receive the mentorship they need to nurture their dreams, evolve their ideas, and take on the world.

If you know someone who can benefit from mentorship specific to their goals and interests, you will almost certainly want to introduce them to the remarkable company and service Way Ahead!

Resources and Important Links

Angel Santiago – Book 1: The Creature From Jekyll Island Book 2: The Law

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