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Rogue CFO interview on The Struggling Entrepreneur

ChrisBenjaminChrisBenjamin subscriber Posts: 13
edited December 2008 in Startup Funding
I was recently interviewed for a podcast titled
“The Struggling Entrepreneur”, and wanted to share a link to the
interview now that it is live. Myself and Fred, the host, discuss
several topics related to startups – raising capital, having the drive
to see things through even in tough times, advice for people thinking
about starting their own venture and advice for those who have and are
truly a struggling entrepreneur. We also discuss myself as an
entrepreneur and the trials and tribulations I went through in my first
year on my own starting a consulting/virtual CFO company without the
safety net of a steady paycheck.
If you have the time (about 45
minutes), I’d love for people take a break from their hectic schedules
and listen in. Hopefully there are some words of inspiration for the
entrepreneurs out there.
You can find it at:http://www.strugglingentrepreneur.com/
the play button or download. Likewise if you are an avid ITunes podcast
subscriber, search for Struggling Entrepreneur and get Fred’s weekly
interviews pushed out to you.


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    dduttonddutton subscriber Posts: 1
    Hi Chris,

    Great interview and very close to home for me a "Virtual CFO".  I provide CFO type services for small and mid size companies that normally wouldn`t have this service available to them.
    The marketing is the hardest part. After 28 years in corporate CFO positions - yes, a shock to the system to be on your own,but great to not be tied to one company`s success or one industry`s market conditions.
    I am glad to learn about Elance - I looked at it for web and software support, but not financial - I am going to check further!
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