Katy Lynch, a serial entrepreneur and tech powerhouse, explains why entrepreneurship is a battle.
Terry Howerton, CEO of TechNexus Venture Collaborative, explains that living the life of an entrepreneur you come across many lessons.
PeopleFoundry Founder and CEO Michelle Joseph knows that understanding why things happen can help make a company become successful.
Ergoseal CEO and President Tom Hilaris knows that you have to be committed to learning.
President of Norman Distributions Ryan Meczyk knows that when you first start out you can’t always hit that grand slam, but rather start with a single and take your time around the bases.
Raaja Nemani, CEO and co-founder of Bucketfeet, knows that when you are starting out that you can’t focus on too many things at once but rather do one thing really well.
CEO of Tanvas Greg Topel stresses the difference between having a balance of a life outside of work and the need to be a leader.
Jim Heininger, founder of Dixon|James, stresses the importance of always confirming information as as standard business practice.
Gary Cohen, CEO of EZLinks Golf LLC, says hiring employees that knew more than him has helped drive positive changes in his business.
Donnie Madia, restaurateur and owner of One Off Hospitality Group, discusses the most important lesson he learned from family members.