Last September 25, 2020, I had the privilege of leading Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) Dallas’ private cooking class. It’s a members-only event, and I got to meet participating members and their families in their own kitchens through Zoom. My daughter Skye also joined in later.
It was total family fun, I tell you. Many of the members who joined the cooking experience are friends, and it’s great to see them with their families, even just virtually. The cooking experience itself has that vibe where it feels like I’m in their kitchen, and I’m helping them choose ingredients and tools they’ll use for cooking.
We came up with a four-course meal, with everyone helping out with the food prep. The kids in particular were adorable. Not only was it fun for everyone in the class, but it was also an opportunity for them to discover just how easy Thai cooking is. I am honored and humbled to be part of this experience.
EO Dallas belongs to the world’s largest peer-to-peer entrepreneurs’ network
The EO Dallas private cooking class is a featured event for members of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization Dallas Chapter. It’s a peer-to-peer network where Dallas businesspeople get to connect, share ideas, collaborate, and support each other in general. EO Dallas consists of more than 100 entrepreneurs and counting. The membership is responsible for creating and supporting nearly 5,000 jobs in Dallas.
EO Dallas is part of Entrepreneurs’ Organization, a global network of business leaders from a wide variety of fields—from accounting to medical services, from food to telecommunications. Founded in 1987, EO’s goal is to provide opportunities and infrastructure for its members to grow professionally and personally.
I’m so honored to be part of the EO Dallas private cooking class. And I look forward to being part of future EO Dallas events like this one.