How My Old Job Helped Me in Entrepreneurship

On a segment of the Digital Marketer Podcast with Mark de Grasse, I answer questions about how my old corporate job influenced my work as an entrepreneur. Some things I brought with me, and other things I left WAY behind.

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This was filmed inside of a VW van decked out with podcasting equipment on the expo floor of the Traffic and Conversation summit in San Diego, CA.

And yes, I do see the woman who was eating salad while I was answering questions, lol! Good times.

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    3 Responses to How My Old Job Helped Me in Entrepreneurship

    1. The Chancellor December 3, 2021 at 1:01 pm #

      To the *worthwhile person* seeing this, your dream is not dead. Don’t allow the past and current pains and hurts stop and define you. You’re more than a conqueror. Rise up and put yourself together. Keep pushing your future depends on it. I wish you all the best in life ❤️.

    2. ASMR Tooned In December 3, 2021 at 1:23 pm #

      I had a similar arc with my career in engineering. 20+ years with my hands in hundreds of projects that no one would even know. Now to figure out how to use my experiences to push me forward in new personal efforts.

    3. Marcus Rideout December 3, 2021 at 8:19 pm #

      Pat, man! It’s great seeing you are still making content. Stumbled upon your channel recently – your SPI content was so critical to helping me in the early days of my self-employed life back in 2013.

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