How ‘winging it’ is something all founders face
Why winging it shouldn’t be seen as a bad thing
- Misconceptions in the startup community
Their stories on how they got to where they are today, even with a bit of improvisation.
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On this episode, Lewis Kemp and Eddie Whittingham talk openly about the idea of ‘winging it’ when running a startup.
If you’ve ever thought about starting your own business – or perhaps you already have, then this episode is a must listen. ‘Winging it’, as uncomfortable as it might make you, is a perfectly normal part of the everyday startup life. It’s a right of passage, something every single founder has had to deal with in one way shape or form.
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