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Can rock bottom ever be a good thing? It was for today’s guest, Whitney English! Whitney currently runs a company called Day Designer and a successful consulting business, all while balancing the chaotic world of motherhood.
Whitney grew up around creativity, and found a love for entrepreneurship in the process. She started her first business at only 22 years old, and has been exploring the world of creative entrepreneurship ever since.
In this episode, Whitney shares her successful career as an entrepreneur, how rock bottom can be the best place to begin a business, and why it’s okay to take risks and let go of what isn’t working.
THE FINER DETAILS OF THIS SHOW:
- The “itch” and “entrepreneurial rash”.
- How did Whitney become a creative entrepreneur?
- Why is “rock bottom” a good place to start?
- Why it’s important to get out of the rut and do something different.
- Is it ok to listen to everyone’s advice?
- What must you do to maintain success?
- How to surround yourself with people who matter.
- And so much more!
- What are the steps it takes to begin an entrepreneurial venture?
- Knowing your strengths and recognizing your weaknesses.
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- Day Designer’s web site
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- Whitney English on Facebook
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