In this final segment, special guest Jordan Levy talks openly about what it was like to take a product to market, what he feels is a good number to shoot for when considering how much money you need to start a business, and the different types of entrepreneurs. He'll also explain how his new hobby, wood lathing, has taught him a lot and how it can help us understand feedback! To catch Part 1 of this full interview, be sure to listen to Episode 13!
Intro and guest info
On taking a product to market
Different types of entrepreneurs
His approach to work-life balance
What his newest hobby has taught him about handling feedback
Jordan talks about the importance of re-evaluating relationships
Jordan shares his Better Blend Tip
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