In October, I was selected to join the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program, a 6-month course that teaches small business owners how to discover growth opportunities for their business. This experience has been very enlightening for me -- including reminding me how hard it can be to "crack the books."
When bees change jobs, they change their brain chemistry. Scout bees, which search for new sources of food, are wired for adventure. Soldier bees work as security guards their whole life. One percent of all middle-aged bees become undertakers. Regular honeybees -- which perform multiple jobs in their lifetime -- will change their brain chemistry before taking up a new gig.