How much money would it take for you to sign a Major League Baseball contract and forgo a college education? This is a very difficult question that my L.E.A.D. Ambassadors was able to answer today with the help from professionals at Deloitte (www.Deloitte.com) in Atlanta. Throughout the United States, Deloitte declared today as Service Day and made an impact in several communities. I remember 1994 like it was yesterday. I signed my National Letter of Intent with Georgia State University in the winter and was drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the summer. I was the only graduate at Westlake High School faced with the opportunity to attend college or turn pro and it was a difficult decision but I chose to attend GSU. Deloitte made the process so simple today for my Ambassadors by adding real numbers in an Excel spreadsheet along with sound advice. The reality is that as an 18 year old, you don’t have as much money as you think that you do when you consider the things that you need to be successful and the things that you want to be happy. Being exposed to Deloitte today allowed my Ambassadors to also see yet another industry leader right here in Atlanta. They were all able to do some powerful networking. For some of them, they will be working in the 191 building on Peachtree Street and some of them will hire a professional from Deloitte upon graduation from college. Special thanks to John Sadoff and Deloitte for serving us today. The “E” in L.E.A.D. stands for Exposure and Deloitte didn’t let us down.