“You are not a boss.
You are a guest.”
That was the line that was so inspiring to my husband, Joe, as he walked out of a bank to open a new one.
Joe is a software engineer.
He grew up in the Bay Area.
He worked for a tech company before heading to college, and in his spare time, he spends a lot of time helping his wife start her own company.
They are both tech savvy, and they both got a sense of what the future held for the tech industry.
As we discussed in the podcast, the future of the tech sector was pretty bleak, with a lot going on around it.
So it was natural that the conversation became about how we can help each other in the way that we can.
That’s what I love about being a tech entrepreneur, is that it’s an opportunity to have conversations about what’s important to me and what’s not important to us, and it’s a chance to really build a bridge between us, to connect us, in a way that doesn’t feel like we’re competing with each other.
I’m just excited to see where it goes from here.
Joe, like many millennials, is passionate about being entrepreneurial.
He has a background in entrepreneurship.
He is a partner at a tech startup called Netteller.
We talked about the challenges of running a small company, and Joe said, I think it’s going to be hard, but I think we have a really good team.
I’ve seen so many people get to the point where they are so successful that they feel like, I’m going to keep doing this for another 20 years, so why not?
And that’s where I think Joe is right now.
We are both very driven to get to that point, and we have both been working at Nettellers for quite some time now.
But we’ve been very open about the fact that the company is not really profitable right now, and that’s why we started to work together.
Joe told me about one of the challenges he and his team faced, as they tried to build a new product, which was a service for people who wanted to be able to make their own coffee.
They needed something that was more personalized and more relevant, but they also needed to provide a service that didn’t feel impersonal.
They wanted a coffee-to-go.
The problem is that the market for this product is pretty fragmented, so it’s hard to do this right.
Joe and his colleagues had a really interesting idea to try to address that problem by creating an app that would take coffee orders and turn them into personalized emails.
So they created a service, called NetTeller Coffee, and then they were able to connect their customers with their own servers, and have the customers have the choice to order what they want, or they could order something else and get an email that was tailored to them.
The product was successful.
It had a lot more people using it, and NetTellers was able to grow from a small startup to a larger, more established company, in just a few years.
It was also a good way to build that relationship between Joe and I. We both have strong tech backgrounds, and both are passionate about how our careers are important to each other, so that we could build on our shared experiences to make this the most successful company in the world.
So, what we learned from that experience was how to build the best startup of our careers, and the next one after that, and so on.
I know that for many of my millennial friends, the question is, “How do I get into this industry?”
They see themselves as young people who are really good at something.
They don’t really see themselves being entrepreneurs, or entrepreneurs in their own right.
And I think that is the problem.
We’ve heard so much advice from young people about how to get into it.
There is so much of that advice that is just wrong.
What we have to do is make sure that our careers actually have value, and our careers have meaning.
Joe has this really interesting view of what a startup is.
It’s not just a startup.
It can be a company that is built around the idea of being a startup, or it can be something like a healthcare startup that is a real company that can grow organically.
There are so many things we can learn from this experience that we want to pass on to our kids.
If we’re going to build great companies, we need to make sure they can have meaning and value.
That is something that I learned from the podcast.
It took me a little while to realize that the most important thing in life is your dreams, and I have a lot to say about that in the next podcast.
So go out there, and you will be the best entrepreneurs on the planet.
We have so much more to talk about in this conversation.
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