Atul shares his journey from an accountant with no work prospects to an international entrepreneur.
We have all heard how hard it is to be an entrepreneur. Atul's story isn't that different than many of the stories we know of the legendary immigrants who start with nothing but somehow find a way to realize the American dream. We try to dig a little deeper in this conversation though. We want to know what it feels like at those critical crossroads of life and business. We talk about what makes for those extreme highs and extreme lows. Atul talks about how critical building trust is as success ingredient, and how to do that while at the same time being smart with risk. He shares some of his most important realizations for growing the business past the ceilings and obstacles that threatened to keep his business small, or even destroy his reputation. Be sure to check out his book too; Underdog Thinking.
Get in touch:
MARK:www.linkedin.com/in/markhleary | www.leary.cc
ATUL: AtulVir.com | firstname.lastname@example.org
Engineering / Post-Production: Leo Medley
Art / Design: Immanuel Ahiable
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