Every day, we are faced with different choices that we must make. The question is, which one should you pick? A blog post published on Clay Siegall blog state that making the hard decisions will eventually empower you.
Small and hard choices are equally important whether you are making a decision on what to eat for breakfast or choosing between two jobs. Regardless of the situation, you are in; you should proceed with caution because the decision you may make will impact your life in the negative or positive. Fear of the unknown is the motivation behind the decision that you make. You will choose the option that presents less risk, but that can be fatal in the future. You need to treat each decision as a self-defining act.1
This is just a sneak preview of the wealth of information provided by Clay Siegall and other contributors. You can read more posts on Clay Siegall blog.
About Clay Siegall
Besides being an active blogger with helpful information to share, Clay Siegall is the co-founder of the Seattle Genetics, established in 1998. He is the President and the Chief Executive Officer of the Company. Clay also serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the Company.
Seattle Genetics is a Company that is developing clinical products that will address different types of cancer. Clay has led the Company to achieve significant success. Under his leadership, the Company was able to raise finances through both private and public sources. He has led the Seattle Genetics to partner with other companies including the Genentech for SNG-40.
Before establishing Seattle Genetics, Clay was working with Bristol- Meyers Squibb Pharmaceuticals. He has worked for other Companies before including National Cancer Institute.
Clay also serves as a Board of Directors for several Companies including Alder BioPharmaceuticals, Washington Biotechnology, and Biomedical Association. He is a member of the Board of Governors for Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Business Alliance.
He holds a Bachelor of Science in Zoology from the University of Maryland and Ph.D. in Genetics from George Washington University.