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Lessons from the Tree Guy

Today, I ran into Lee–a 40 year-old guy starting his schooling for Physical Therapy in January. I asked him about what he’s doing now and found out that he’s been in business for himself for 10 years. Fourteen years ago, Lee started working for a landscaping company and, for the past 10 years, he has … Continue reading

Making Cheese and Cleaning Stuff

I ran into a couple yesterday that both run their own businesses. The guy, Stanley, has been in agriculture his entire life and has always supported himself independently. Most recently, he took over Steiner Cheese and has saved the century+ old Ohio Swiss cheese maker from extinction. The woman, Elaine, runs her own environmentally-friendly residential … Continue reading

Drawing the Map

In the coming months, I plan on launching my own consulting business. This blog is a record of my journey into entrepreneurship and, hopefully, will continue to be a reference point for clients, prospects, and students of business for years to come. My reasons for going out on my own are multi-faceted. I have had … Continue reading

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