Well, my previous entry was about my feeling directionless, lost.
Two days after that post, I got into another car accident. Thankfully, this accident was not as big as the previous one, but I was still shaken up. Plus, this time around, there are more doctors’ appointments to tend to than in 2010. A lot of these appointments have taken up the majority of my time since late July.
I attended SXSW’s inaugural year of their V2V branch in Las Vegas last month. A new twist on the SXSW brand; and, what can I say, Las Vegas is fun. Got to see Tony Hsieh’s startup community in Downtown Vegas; met many wonderful people from Austin, Kansas City, San Francisco, New York, and even Denverites/Boulderites.
When I returned to Denver from Vegas, I was on fire to get going with several new business concepts. Since mid-August, I have been working on the concepts and am ready to get the business plans written and then executed.
Unfortunately, heavy rain fell upon Colorado last week, causing many areas to flood. My bedroom in my apartment did not fare well: my landlord and I had to remove the padding underneath the carpet and have been blowing fans on the damage since Saturday. Hopefully this will be fixed tomorrow.
Now, I am in the midst of Denver Startup Week and I have mixed feelings about the kind of press the event has received. Stay tuned for that post tomorrow.