Serial Entrepreneurs come in all age ranges and styles. Their mindset and the way they are wired might have something to do with it.
He sold his first business at the age of 25 and by 28 was running his second—while traveling the United States during Covid. A son of an immigrant this millennial is a hard-working entrepreneur who is more than eager to share what he has learned along the way.
What to expect for this episode
Have you ever met a serial entrepreneur? Know what one is? Want to be one yourself? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you're going to love meeting Jordan Levy. With a natural easy approach, Jordan shares what it was like to raise money, right out of college and start a business—which he sold at the age of 25! What he learned from the experience helped him build a better business, by the age of 28. With a love of travel, cooking, and wood lathing, Jordan talks honestly about life on the road, what he did right and what he did wrong in his first business, and what trait he thinks is the best trait an entrepreneur should strive to attain.
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