Personal responsibility is a value that entrepreneurs needs to possess. Taking ownership and responsibility for what is happening in your business is very important in running a successful business.
In this podcast, Elena talks to the founder of Cracking The Cash Flow Code, Josh Patrick.
Josh Patrick is a serial entrepreneur, a writer, reader and thinker. He contributes to The New York Times’ You’re the Boss blog and is also the author of Stage 2 blog, Creating Value. He also writes for American Express Open as well as Inc dot com and The Huffington Post.
In this episode, Josh shares about his first business and how he started as an entrepreneur.
Also, Josh goes into detail about Cracking the Cash Flow Code.
Lastly, Josh talks about his new book, Sustainable: A Fable About Creating A Personally and Economically Sustainable Business
What You Will Learn From This Episode
– Josh shares how he started entrepreneurship by growing a business that was supposed to close down.
– He talks about the challenges he faced, being on the brink of bankruptcy, and how he recovered from this.
– Josh talks about Cracking the Cash Flow Code and how it can help entrepreneurs grow their businesses.
– Josh talks about taking responsibility for failures in businesses and discusses one of his core values, personal responsibility.
– The people that mentored Josh and how they made a huge impact in his life.