In this episode, we reconnect with a wild, crazy and fun individual I lost track of for many years. We met in the golden times of partying, skateboarding, and partying again in my beloved and chaotic home town, Mexico City.
With the entrepreneurial trend expanding all over the web, running your own business has become a tendency to follow. No matter what your passion is, you’ll find yourself looking for inspiration, mentors and material that will guide you along the way. If you’re new to this trend you’ll find the marketplace flooded with advertising of so-called experts. To me, most of them say recycled speeches selling similar products offering a vague promise of “freedom”.
After reading extensive materials and watching hours of video presentations, I came across a couple of amazing channels that completely change my mindset.
One thing is to possess creative skills another is to have business skills. I think most of the creative minds find themselves in a gray zone gap, where is difficult for us to quantify value in our work.
In my search for business advice, I found Pia’s story. Her message could exemplify a reflection of what many of us creatives go through by trying to stay afloat. Her simple and direct approach could be applied to any type of business. If you really have the entrepreneurial spirit and looking for sincere advice, start by reading her posts on Forbes, trust me on this one, you will learn solid business mentorship.