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Welcome to Escapee 925. If you have escaped from the 9 to 5 congratulations! We would like to hear your entrepreneur success story. And if you are still looking, we hope you find some inspiration in the stories on this site. Periodically we will be reviewing stories to see who is worthy to wear an Escapee 925 Tee Shirt.

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  1. Yvonne wu

    Rob,

    Have you ever wished that you knew what you now know when you were in high school? I have an Author of a non-fiction self-development business book who would like to submit a guest post on your site Escapee 925.

    I feel this soon to be released book will reach out to your audience – especially young teens, parents, future entrepreneurs, and business owners who are looking for practical strategies on how to succeed in their chosen career.

    The book is called Out of the Classroom Lessons in Success: How to Prosper Without Being at the Top of the Class. It connects with the audience by providing practical advice to teens and parents on how to be successful in their chosen life’s work, and what young adults need to know and learn to be successful. And this isn’t what they were taught in the classroom.

    It has been more than a hundred years since Horace Mann wrote the words, “Education…beyond all other devices of human origin, is a great equalizer of conditions of men”. When Horace wrote those words, being educated set a person apart from the masses. Today, everyone is provided with K-12 education and education alone is not enough for success. The reason is success requires much more than what is taught in school.

    Each child has the ability to make their own success. Filled with colorful illustrations, this invaluable guide helps you discover:

    Does practice really make perfect?
    Do good things come to those who wait?
    Does winning actually matter?
    How the average student can be highly successful.
    How the game changes after the diploma.

    Inspired by her experiences with her own daughters in school and her work with start-up companies and entrepreneurs, Cynthia Kocialski realized that many young adults graduate completely unaware of a new playing field that no one has bothered to tell them about – and that is not always predicated by superior grades or talents.

    Her article topics could be

    Why Sports is Good Training for Entrepreneurs
    What I Learned about Raising a Successful Child from Entrepreneurs
    Why Wannbe-be Successful Women Aren’t Successful
    Why Kids Are Better at Business
    Why Effort Isn’t Enough to Reap the Best Rewards
    Why Our Youths Are Ill-Equipped to be Entrepreneurs
    Creative Deconstruction and Its Impact on Our Careers
    Bad Habits Learned in School That Affect Careers
    Stuck Between Your Education and Your Succes

    Cynthia is the founder of three tech companies. In the past 15 years, I have been involved in dozens of start-ups and have served on various advisory boards. These companies have collectively returned billions of dollars to investors. I have held various technical, marketing, and management positions at IBM and Matrox Electronics. She has an engineering and mathematics degrees from the University of Rochester and the University of Virginia.

    Cynthia Kocialski is having a virtual book tour during the month of Jan/February 2012. How much lead time would you need? I would like to send you her media kit.

    Best Regards!

    Yvonne Wu
    Author Assistant l Publicist l Speaker Assistant
    The YP Publishing
    Canada: 905-341-0997
    USA: 1-347-674-9951
    http://theyppublishing.com

  2. Melinda Lommerse

    Hi,
    Found you via Ryan Lee! While on maternity leave I planned my escape and now I have an online store and design my own beautiful breastfeeding and maternity wear. Please send me the questionaire and I’d love to share my story to date.
    Thanks
    Melinda

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