Are you moonlighting your corporate job as an entrepreneur? Or are you in the corporate world looking to break free? This panel has been there done that and has reflections on their experience to share. Join us for an engaging and dynamic discussion on the difficult decision to leave the safety net of a traditional job and the journey into entrepreneurship.
Our esteemed panelists include:
Jeremy Jensen, co-founder of Outwild and host of Adventurepreneur Playbook Podcast. Not only has Jeremy been through a corporate detox himself, but he encounters countless anecdotes on the topic through his interviews and businesses.
April Archer, founder and CEO of Sarabella fishing. April traded corporate bureaucracy to produce hand made fly fishing rods for women. Her company not only produces beautiful fly rods, but they hire Veterans and survivors to do more good for female anglers.
Stacy Taubman, founder and CEO of RISE Collaborative. Stacy traded 12 years as an educator, to build a collaborative workspace and community for women in business. Her journey included interviews with over 300 successful women.
You won't want to miss this lively discussion on the departure from traditional work, and the wild ride that is entrepreneurship including:
*the difficult decision to leave Corporate America~ safety nets and golden handcuffs
*the journey into entrepreneurship~ highs, lows, successes, failures
*the review mirror~ observations of life then vs. now
Dana Grinnell, founder and fellow badass of prettysmart+badass, author, former sales leader at Johnson and Johnson
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