I had an excellent two days in New York City. A bunch of sports meetings on Monday and Tuesday plus a a great dinner with friends at Rosa Mexicano near Union Square.
I’m continuing to put things in place for my new JLynn Associates business. It’s going to continue to take time but I feel good about the movement over the past three months. It’s refreshing to be out on my own, but it’s also a bit daunting. So many things need to get checked off the list in order to get fully up and running.
Hiring a lawyer, accountant, web designer, etc. The fact that I’m also going to be partnering with a firm to do business in China and Japan needs I’ll also need to hire multi-cultural agencies to help with creating marketing collateral in other languages.
I did check out the new “High Line” in NY. It’s where the former railroad used to run. The High Line runs from Gansevoort St, in the Meatpacking District, to W. 20th St. It’s an elevated walkway with wild flowers and plants growing. They did a great job with it … it’s apparently designed after a similar elevated walkway in London.
Whenever I blog about NY, I normally always mention pizza. Unfortunately, didn’t get a slice on this trip but I did have great Mexican, Japanese and Chinese meals! Oh, and it hit a spanking diner, too. There’s nothing like a NY or NJ diner. Classic.