Immersing yourself in another company could spark new ideas for your own. Here’s how to get started.
I’ve had the unique opportunity to launch two different companies. While seemingly glamorous, it’s more like a series of long, thankless, and sleepless hours of work and worry. As with every entrepreneur, every day feels like you’re changing the wheels on a moving truck. The litany of lessons learned, from making bad hiring decisions to conducting multiple pivots, reads like a story of love and loss.