Tue, 1 September 2015
We are very pleased to bring you part 1 of this week's conversation with Josh Turner, entrepreneur, author, and fan of Sour Patch Kids!
We get right into it with Josh Turner and learn his definition of Utopia is to do whatever makes you happy; enjoy what you're doing and look forward every day to do what you're doing. It could be running your own business, it could be working at a food bank, anything really that gets you pumped up. He dives in a bit further and calls out a number of things that he really enjoys doing (but none that he'd want to do 24/7).
Next, Josh Turner shares his journey of working for himself and how he got there. He's been his own boss since 2010 (LinkedSelling started in 2011). He was working for a construction firm that closed up and went out of business when the market crashed and that motivated Josh to take his part time entrepreneur ventures full time. It could have been a rough situation as he didn't really have a pile of savings to ride on, he only had credit cards. This let to a side conversation about how credit cards are very dangerous but can also be a great benefit to a company.
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