Vox & Oz was conceived very easily, but what about its first years of life? Here is my state of mind from the beginning, almost a poem on the entrepreneurial beginnings of our company.
We are that individual who has the file in our hands.
We have the great mission to review the ways of doing things. If we are in this movement, it is because we question many situations. We have these veins of ideas that motivate us to explore and to act!
We decide to drive these projects to their final destination!
We write on this blank page! We need help to get there, and for that we need to share our ideas, trust and open our visions to those around us. Jump into the water in front of our entourage?
"...OUILLE lalala I'm afraid of being deviated from my ideas, I don't want them to question my project, I feel fragile, I need to move forward and my darlings, those I love and who knows me more than anything will have their say, I so want it to work no choice to share my project! »
And then, PLOUF we dive! We are committed to getting our ideas accepted.
And this other great reality in business appears to us: That of developing projects with the entourage that we have, we quickly realize that these plans can be prepared together, making the project shine among our people is certainly a From the Angular Pier to the success of this project, our entourage plays a key role. The leap in his convictions which in turn will define the project.
One thing is certain is that we do not want to stay on the bench and we have to move. The vision looms before us like a route filled with beautiful sunsets.
Anyway, you have to jump into this water, it will be icy, boiling?
… To share, this crossing of Lac-des-nôtres is a must….
- Will there be a sanction for our decisions?
- Will our visions be confronted with other listening than ours?
- Will this weaken our project?
- Will criticism from people we love disturb us?
- Will our embryo be sufficiently inked in us?
… Very happy these moments when the water will refresh us!
Opening up to those who polarize our lives, opening up to the questions of our own, allowing them to surprise us in certain flaws in our project, it's difficult. Opinions will be divided and we want them to be always welcomed. Ideas will not always merge, but a movement will have to make these exchanges evolve positively. The perception of ours will serve to strengthen the bonds of attachment of the project.
The challenge is not trivial, it is even a big one.
Brigitte Cantin, Co-founder and President Vox & Oz