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Designing a business that supports your life, not a life that supports your business.
Pretty cool concept, right? Matt Miller, founder of School Spirit Vending, shares more with us in today’s episode exactly what that means and provides some really great advice around slowing down and thinking bigger, to achieve it.
You may feel like Matt makes entrepreneurship seem pretty easy. He had an idea, he implemented it, and boom, his business flourished. Sounds easy, right? Though his business did start over a simple conversation about gum ball machines with a friend, Matt worked unbelievably hard and most importantly smart, throughout the course of his life as an entrepreneur to build School Spirit Vending slowly. As a result of moving from a corporate job to a successful entrepreneur, Matt is passionate about helping others design businesses that support life as opposed to the other way around.
I promise you’ll learn a ton from Matt and enjoy what he has to say. I know I did.
In today’s episode you’ll learn more about:
-how Matt grew his business slowly, but successfully
-the myth of security
-jumping into and executing upon entrepreneurship
-slowing down to avoid cutting corners in business
-the importance of to thinking about the long-term, big picture
Check out Matt’s Ebook, Live Your Dreams, The Top 10 Reasons You Need to Own a Vending Business. You can also find a free download of the book and learn more about him at ssvbusiness.com/slowhustle.
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