Self Starter – Gay Gaddis of T3
Jul 26 2008
One of our latest articles for The University of Texas at Austin’s alumni magazine, The Alcalde, is on Gay Gaddis. Gay is the founder of T3 – The Think Tank, the largest women-owned advertising agency in the US!
Here is a thought provoking quote from Gay’s interview:
“You get knocked down a couple times and your confidence gets busted and you draw back a little bit,” she says, “but you have to allow yourself the mistakes and the rejection and not let them eat you up.”
I agree with Gay that many entrepreneurs give up is when they let their mistakes eat them up instead of learning from them and moving forward. I struggle with limiting thoughts often.
Gay has 3 kids and came from a long line of entrepreneurs so she saw the reality of how it is to build a business. She started helping her mother with her kindergarten program when she was 13 years old after her father died!
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Aruni | Filed under: entrepreneur, entrepreneurship, mom, mother, success, success story, working mother | Tags: gay gaddis, pam losefsky, t3, The Alcalde, the think tank, The University of Texas at Austin | Comments Off on Self Starter – Gay Gaddis of T3