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#2236 Running a family-first startup

Joining me is a friend whose businesses I have grown to appreciate so much more over the years. He’s recently written about the experience of building a profitable businesses while prioritizing family.
The book is The Family First Entrepreneur. I’ll ask him about that and his businesses in this interview.

Steve Chou is an entrepreneur and author of The Family First Entrepreneur.

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from Startup Stories – Mixergy


Published by Ashley Stiven

Ashley Stiven is a physiotherapist with more than 20 years of experience. He has helped and worked with numerous professional athletes and sports teams.

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