^^ No quote has resonated with me more.
Suneet Bhatt brings 25 years of experience working across sectors (public, private, social), across business models (B2B, B2C, nonprofit, for profit social enterprise, publicly funded), always with a primary focus on integrating, structuring and accelerating growth across the entire, and very extensively defined, end client’s experience. Along his journey Suneet has been fortunate enough to find himself in position to partner or lead in various company transformations, expansions, and evolutions, which includes numerous financial transactions, from helping raise over $40mm to assisting in the purchase and sale of companies across North America and Europe totaling well over $125mm. Let’s be real, Suneet has also been a part of some extraordinary misses and mistakes.
When he’s not focused on the people and companies he’s serving, Suneet is actively engaging with incredible stories, including helping people unearth, frame, and tell their own stories through his storytelling and advisory practice (My Authentic Story), and writing new, meaningful, socially impactful books for children through Dream Village (three published books, Saved by the Well, Just Shoes, and Today’s the Day and counting).
Suneet received his undergraduate degree from Rutgers, and his MBA (with a concentration in Social Entrepreneurship) from Duke University — but when these schools cross paths on a playing field of any size, shape, form, or constitution, he unquestionably sides with the Scarlet Knights.
No matter what Suneet’s doing, he’s trying his darnedest to match the bar of excellence set by his children, and get better as a father. Thankfully those (sometimes knuckle headed) kids are infinitely wonderful, generous, and forgiving, which is imperative as Suneet’s obviously and admittedly still a work in progress. It is that commitment to daily progress that compels him to wake up every morning “Happy, Proud, but Not Yet Satisfied.”