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Shay Duriel of The Bronze Hustle didn’t set out to become an entrepreneur. After graduating from college, she got a job and set out on the path to climb the corporate ladder.
Eventually, she started a blog, where she wrote about content marketing and other business related matters she’s learned over the years.
Today, The Bronze Hustle educates black millennial women on standing out online and creating influential brands through online entrepreneurship and content marketing.
In this podcast episode, Shay talks about how taking a traditional career path, led her to entrepreneurship. We talk about how challenging being a leader can be. We also discuss why you need to take action instead of only consuming content.“When you really get started you just have to hone in on what you want to get done, how to do it, and how to make it work.” - Shay Duriel Click To Tweet
In This Episode of The Fierce Entrepreneur Podcast:
- Shay talks about starting out on a traditional career path and getting drawn into entrepreneurship.
- She talks about how stepping into a leadership role has been a challenge for her.
- We discuss mistakes we’ve made working with interns.
- We also talk about the importance of doing instead of consuming a lot of content when you’re just starting out.
- I share how much I dread when people listen to my first few podcast episodes, but why I leave them up anyway.
- We discuss using entrepreneurial skills in the workplace.
- We also talk about taking action so you don’t feel like you haven’t accomplished anything.
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