Julie closed her laptop and gave a sigh of relief, "I think that's it for now, are you ready to go back and start everything?"
Nathan sat back on his chair, "Ready as I'll ever be ... I'm glad you're on board, can't wait for December, it's gonna be exciting."
"Me too, I feel like I'm a part of it already, I have so many ideas that I want to share with you for Ardor."
Nathan sipped on his coffee, "Please, give me everything you've got, draft them up, send it through email or Skype me, I want to hear all of them, 'cause I got plenty of those too ... just not sure if they're doable, I guess we're gonna have to wait 'till we get all the team ready."
"True, at least you know what to look for when you're recruiting, we're setting a pretty high standard for a new business," Julie said.
"I'm willing to compensate them for their contribution though, I believe that I need them more than they need me, looking at the task at hand, I need all the help I can get ... it would be great if you can come and help me recruit since you know all the basics now," Nathan looked at her with hopeful glances.