What’s on your to-do list?
Retire at the age of 30?
Climb a mountain?
For Kevin Ham, dubbed “The Man Who Owns the Internet” by Business 2.0 Magazine in 2007, his to-do list includes items that might not be on yours. For many a to-do list might be nothing more than a list of chores. For others, it’s a laundry list of dreams yet to be realized.
For Kevin Ham, it’s a list of tasks that might not seem so far fetched.
Reinvent, still reinventing itself
Kevin Ham’s company web site (www.Reinvent.com) which has been recently undergoing a redesign, now includes information about the company’s achievements – which include awards such as the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year in 2008.
But while being recognized for financial success is one thing, one of the most prestigious awards the company has ever received, is the Canadian Forces Award of Excellence in 2009.
Presented by the British Columbia branch of the Canadian Forces Liaison Council, this award recognizes employers who have offered special support and aid to its employees who are Reservists. Supporting Reservists is especially critical in light of Canada’s large overseas commitment and the need for Reservists to support both Overseas Operations and Domestic missions as well.
Reinvent’s To-Do List
If you happen to scroll to the bottom of the Achievements page, you might also notice that Kevin Ham has published a to-do list for Reinvent. The to-do list includes:
- Incubate three Top 20 Web properties
- Make a movie about King David
- Buy Disney to become the Happiest Place on Earth
At the rate that Kevin Ham’s company is growing, he may be able to mark off one or two of these in the very near future.