The Step-by-Step of an Entrepreneur’s Journey (Plus 100 Episodes of Kate’s Take)

Want a single guide that lays out the step-by-step of an entrepreneur’s journey? This is it.

Because after trying and failing and trying and failing, I know it’s so much easier to have a guide than it is to make things up, or try 10 things before you find the one that works.

This is why I wrote and published my first book, The Fire Path: A Beginner’s Guide to Growing Your Online Business: because I’ve failed at entrepreneurship before, and I have a lot of lessons learned that I know can help others on their own journey.
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1000: SPECIAL EPISODE! The Top 5 Takeaways from 999 EOFire interviews with John Lee Dumas and Kate Lynn Erickson

John had a rough decade, which we’ll refer to as his 20’s. After graduating from Providence College at the age of 22, John spent 4 difficult, scary, and rewarding years as an Active Duty Officer, to include a 13-month tour of duty in Iraq. John promptly spent the rest of his 20’s failing, but managed to have some fun along the way. From backpacking in India for 4 months and appearing in the #1 Bollywood movie of 2009, to winning a car on The Price Is Right, John managed to mix failure with fun, and a dose of optimism.

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998: Masterminds, profit and partnerships with Matt Stewart

Matt is the Co-founder and Co-CEO of National Services Group, a $60 million home improvement company. One of his companies, College Works Painting, teaches college students how to be entrepreneurs by running a small house painting company for the summer. This program has launched hundreds of successful entrepreneurs into the world.

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996: Brand makes the (Wo)man with Carolina Rogoll

Carolina is the Author of Star Brands: A Brand Managers Guide to Build, Manage and Market Brands. She has been building brands for over a decade and has been on the faculty of the first-ever Masters in Branding program at the School of Visual Arts in NYC since 2011.

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