At RYZ we interview creative and motivated people who are actively pursuing their dreams and achieving great things. Today we interview Art Kaliel, an entrepreneur from San Diego, California:
What was your background before you became an entrepreneur?
Heavy Equipment Operation registered with the Union of Operating Engineers for 14 years
Was there any defining moment that led you to pursue your current path?
I was invited by a friend to attend a referral network Business Leaders
Tell us a little about some of the projects/works that you have created?
What projects are you working on now?
New Projects are adding more networking groups to my data base that can be attended consistently and sincerely to build long term relationships.
Who would you say are the people that have influenced you the most?
My 5 biggest business mentors are the late greats Anne Boe, Robert J. Stunner, Dale Carnegie, Napoleon Hill and Bill Veeck.
What are some of the challenges that you have faced and how do you face new challenges?
My challenges have for the last 25 years is navigating through all the electronic media and how to pick what works for the moment.
What work are you most proud of?
My most rewarding projects are fundraising efforts for the San Diego Blood Bank and The Boys and Girls Club.
Where can people go to learn more about your work?
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