Story excerpt provided by The Plain Dealer.
Written by Robert L. Smith.
The Entrepreneurs’ Organization attracts an exclusive group of strivers. Its members not only run successful companies that they started, they tend to burn the candle at both ends.
EO members are the kind of people who run ultra marathons, speed-learn Chinese or climb Kilimanjaro on their way to the next idea.
Adam Kaufman thought of that when he was asked to organize EO’s first conference in Cleveland. His anxiety dissolved into astonishment when “EO Thrive Cleveland”, which begins Wednesday at the new Westin Hotel downtown, sold out weeks in advance and still people clamored to get in.
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Originally published September 30, 2014.