Hello and welcome to yet another exciting Business, Life and Coffee episode! Today we’re going to be doing something a little different.
I recently came across an article that contains a list of questions you should ask a business owner in order to get a better idea about their experience and gather valuable insights into the world of entrepreneurship. So I thought it might be fun to do a Q&A-styled episode based on these questions. Since there’s a lot of cool things we’ll get to explore, this episode will be a two-parter.
This week, I will be answering the first 5 questions of the “10 Questions to Ask an Entrepreneur” questionnaire from Feedster.com. This is a great opportunity for me to get really personal and share some of the moments from my own entrepreneurial journey. I’m going to cover things like how I evaluate my decisions, how I deal with mistakes and what I usually do to prepare myself for the challenges of adversity. Stay tuned and make sure to let me know your thoughts about the episode on social media!
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Our book recommendation for this week is “Remote: Office Not Required” by Jason Fried. It’s a great way to explore the paradigm of remote work even further along with great tips in regards to how to implement it effectively.
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The first book that we’re going to go through and discuss is:
Dale Carnegie’s “How to Win Friends & Influence People”.
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