Three Things with Mark Clayton & Jason Fox
June 30, 2017 | By Vela Wood
Three Things is a podcast hosted by Kevin and Aaron where they interview leaders in the startup and small business communities (founders, employees, investors, etc.) about three pieces of advice they would give to someone starting a business or launching a new endeavor.
In this episode, Kevin and Aaron interview two clients who are former NFL players turned entrepreneurs – Mark Clayton, founder of LIVV Headphones, and Jason Fox, founder of EarBuds Music, about their three things.
They discuss life as an athlete v. life as an entrepreneur, unexpected setbacks, the key factor that leads to success, and how much you should spend on hiring web developers.
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- The Four External Pillars of a Small Business
- Hiring a Developer? Get it in Writing and Signed First
- Startups Cents: Planning for Your First Year of Legal Fees
- Independent Contractor Agreements: Worth the Paper They’re Printed On?
- Polishing Your Diamond Idea
- Negotiating Like a Pawn Star
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