I remember the moment when I knew I wanted to be an entrepreneur. I was having dinner with my Dad, a business owner, and my Mom, an attorney. My Dad said, “I am making money right now as we are eating dinner. Your Mom can only make money when she is in the office billing her hourly time.” This made me realize that I needed to start a business, not work for someone else.
The next step in my realization that this was the path for me was going to business school at USC where I studied entrepreneurship. There, it was engrained in me that there was no other option. So far, the journey has been somewhat successful, but I know there is a lot I can learn. Below, I will go through each of my business ventures and tell you what I learned from each.
That’s my entrepreneurial journey. Share yours below!