This episode's guest shares how he built a seven-figure consulting business under 30; and the highs and lows of venturing into the world of startups.
In 2012, Andy Karuza was invited to join the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC); an organization compromised of the World's most successful entrepreneurs under 40. But among his extraordinary success, he has also had his fair share of failures—launching three self-funded startup companies that didn't make the mark.
Today Andy is at it again jumpstarting a fourth company called FenSens—a wireless car parking sensor that works with a mobile app.
In this Episode:
Does college matters for entrepreneurs?
The power of asking for what you want.
How Andy built a seven-figure consulting business.
Lessons learned from launching multiple startups.
Mentioned in this Episode:
Colin Christianson, Founder at Tenacious Ventures.
Charles Koh, VP of Product at BUCKiTDREAM.
Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC).
Richard Branson, Founder of Virgin Group.
FenSens, Andy's latest startup company.
Andy Karuza Online
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