"I've always had an entrepreneurial spirit, but life taught me to play it safe. While my early career in radio was far from unconventional, if we're going to be honest, something inside of me always knew that I didn't belong there.
To be an entrepreneur means that you dance to a drumbeat that no one else can hear. It means you don't have a boss (other than your customers or the market), and that you can control your life to a much greater extent than you could when you work for someone else. Some say entrepreneurs are trained; I say the great entrepreneurs are born with something different within them.
When I lost my position as an executive producer for a nationally syndicated radio show, I thought that I was going to be OK. But after about six months of unemployment, my savings dwindled and I lost a lot of things that I thought mattered at the time. As a result, I found myself homeless. It was in being homeless that I learned the lessons that would help me in the future as an entrepreneur."
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