For many, success is a measured by the size of your bank account or the piles of "stuff" you own. A spouse, 2 kids, a dog, a house with a white picket fence are what we all live for, right? But, what if you decided you weren't going to measure yourself by that yardstick any longer, but instead were going to measure your success by the number of lives you could profoundly change.
That is exactly what Eric decided to do in 2007 when he left all the trappings of his old life, from the corner office to the sexy sports car, to take on the task of founding RenProject. Closing his eyes and taking a leap of faith so large that even his own mother didn't want to talk to him about it (it made her too nervous), he sold it all and gambled on a handful of Russian boys who he felt were worth the risk.
Now, 9 years later, Eric has landed himself in Land O Lakes, Florida and as you can see by the stories on the website, he, with the help of many supporters is succeeding one child at a time.
Eric could not be prouder of the boys and their progress and has not once regretted his decision. He notes, prior to this he always had an itching to try the next thing, to move on to something new, but now he only wants to help more kids. His advice to you if you think you want to measure your life by a new metric? Find what you love and be 100% committed to its success.