patrickdichter

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5 Keys To Faster Revenue Growth.

Sharing real, actionable anecdotes on my personal journey! 

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Welcome! Thanks for reading, sharing and engaging with me. Much of the content for this blog has been in the making for years between conversations with friends or coworkers and my own mistakes along the way. I’ve always firmly believed we each claim our own success and education – the majority of which is determined by the people we spend the most time with and the books we read. So I write with the intentionality to educate and entertain. I hope my experiences and reflections will serve as bite-size lessons to help you lead a more successful life – in business and in relationships.

Welcome! Thanks for reading, sharing and engaging with me. Much of the content for this blog has been in the making for years, between conversations with friends or coworkers, and my own mistakes along the way. I’ve always firmly believed we each claim our own success and education – the majority of which is determined by the people we spend the most time with and the books we read. So, I write with the intentionality to educate and entertain. I hope my experiences and reflections will serve as bite-size lessons to help you lead a more successful life – in business and in relationships.

Who am I?

I grew up in the small town of Morrison, Colorado where I learned the value of hardwork and knowing the right people (my Mom was the mayor!). In 8th grade I started my first business with my buddy Derek – P ‘n D Landscaping. We had business cards, quote sheets and customers until a major drought wiped out most of our clients.

I then worked in restaurants throughout middle school and high school when soccer, studying and extracurriculars would allow. My persistence and inspiration in the classroom landed me a Chancellor’s Scholarship at University of Denver to study international business, French, and finance.

During my time at DU, I interned with a private jet club company, then followed my older brother Ryan’s advice to try a sales internship with Southwestern Advantage. One summer ‘try’ turned into four committed years of personal development and organizational leadership throughout my undergrad and MBA.