Oct 15, 2020
in this Episode:
- In a partnership, you have to make sure that your partner
brings something to the table that you don’t have.
“When you go into business together, it’s a marriage and it’s for
the long haul.”
- “The biggest lesson is, we did not wait. I think that’s a big
differentiator for any entrepreneur who’s getting by to thriving.
We didn’t wait. We didn’t over-plan. We just went for it.”
- “At the end of the day, you could have a really basic room full
of people, but it’s really about the people that are in there that
makes it great.”
- “In order to succeed as an entrepreneur, one of the skills you
have to learn is the skill of asking for help.”
- Steve has been telling Juliet for years that his ‘weird’ is
very good for their partnership.
- Entrepreneurs often become paralyzed by overthinking, planning,
and ‘what ifs’.
“There’s never going to be a good time. If this is something you
really want to do, just go for it.”
“You just have to trust yourself enough to just do it.”
- The best part about entrepreneurship is that you can just
“If you have a new business idea, go for it, run with it, and try
- “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do
more, and become more, you are a leader.” – John Quincy Adams
Our guests are
Victoria Marshman and Dani Kagan, co-founders of City Moguls, Inc.
Their mission is to create unique networking experiences for
entrepreneurs to connect, share, learn, and gain support from one
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