“Success is a terrible thing and a wonderful thing… Just do what you love.”
Matt and Sue are often asked to speak to university students and provide career advice. We both found the college experience helped build a foundation to do many things in life, not just a single career. Those experiences centered around specific classes or subjects, and we both attribute our career direction to our professor, Dr. Kim Phipps.
In this episode, we answer frequent questions:
- What is valuable about the college/university experience today?
- What skills do two business owners think are the most important?
- How did college/university prepare us for what we do today?
- How do you know when it is time to go out on your own?
- How do you prepare for starting your own business?
We get a little personal in talking through some of our job history, stress of starting a business and how to survive a start-up. Issues of credit, office space, taxes, hiring, making payroll and the wonderful memories of a cat walking in front of the camera during a webinar come up in our start-up experiences.
We invite you to listen in on one of our more candid and personal discussions on the subject of owning a business and managing success, failure and personal fulfillment.
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