Brad Gosse Interview on Entrepreneurial Mindset
I haven't done interviews for awhile. Three people have been on my radar lately to talk with, and fellow business owner Brad Gosse is one of them.
As a business owner and entrepreneur, I've experienced my share of ups and downs, and know how easy it is to fall out of the entrepreneurial mindset.
We can all too quickly fall into the perception of personal weakness, lack of resources, and most importantly--in my opinion--loss of the sense of play.
If you aren't playing and having fun in your business, my guess is you aren't trying new things.
And entrepreneurship is all about trying new things.
Topics In the Brad Gosse Interview
Brad and I discuss:
> The exact point at which he realized he was an entrepreneur and not an employee
> The deliberate process of the creation and success of his book, The Chronic Marketer
> Being aware of the moment when it's time to transition, pivot and commit
> The all-digital business Brad developed from nothing in Vector Toons
> Social media trolling and viral marketing success with Brushy Bear
> The sense that most entrepreneurs are missing from business development, yet can easily be developed
> What Brad believes is the most important quality for entrepreneurship.
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This Brad Gosse interview was at my request, and neither party was compensated for their participation.
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