This episode is rammed full of honesty (and swears) on what it’s really like to start your own business, which you don’t want to miss.
What do Eddie Whittingham and Craig Brookes talk about?
- How mistakes made along the way to starting your own business often help shape it
- What pressures founders face when starting and running their business
- What emotional attachment founders have with their business ideas and the impact failure can have
- Why founders place pressure on themselves to succeed, especially other people’s perceptions
- What it’s like going back into employment having had a failed business venture
- And much more…
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On this episode, Craig Brookes and Eddie Whittingham talk frankly about some of the mistakes they’ve made on their journey to starting and running their own businesses. It’s an episode full of heart-on-the-sleeve reflections, honesty and openness that all startup owners can relate to.
Thinking of starting your own business? This episode gives a great insight into the pressures founders put upon themselves, as well as helping using mistakes from the past to help shape what you do in the future.
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