You may recognize Andy Stefanovich from his regular appearances on CNBC or in Fast Company. He’s earned a reputation as a thought leader capable of inspiring innovation from the inside out and has helped big brands, such as Coca-Cola, Disney, General Electric and Procter & Gamble. Andy still saves time for impacting local nonprofits and just about any initiative he stumbles upon designed to bring positive change to Richmond. We caught up with Andy for this week’s 3 Questions.
What else would I be if I wasn’t a corporate curator / advisor / investor?
I’d be a formula one race car driver. I love cars, sport, experiences, emotion and passionate pursuits. It’s all that and then some. Trip to the Detroit race, anyone?
What advice would you give your 20 year old self?
My advice to myself is to take a deep breath and enjoy those moment in between. The spaces in between are the magic. It’s the stuff around the edges. The not so obvious. Revel in those and have a smile.
What is your idea of perfect happiness?
Jill. Grace. Lotti. Bea. Ollie. Being outside, not in. Being alone. Being with friends. Making things. Making nonsense. Sleeping on a beach, and waking up to high tide sweeping over you.
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