A lot of times starting out means that you are broke and/or relying on your friends, family or ‘significant other’ to support you. For some, it can lead to stress, anxiety and even depression. Christopher Sutton knows these feelings all too well. A few years ago, Christopher wrote a blog post about what it was like to experience the emotional roller coaster of starting his own business, Easy Ear Training.
On this week’s episode, you will hear Christopher talk about what that felt like, as well has how he found support through this podcast and our community, the Dynamite Circle.
Listen to this week’s show and learn:
- How starting a business can force you to focus on personal development. (3:18)
- What kinds of things Christopher discovered about himself when he became an entrepreneur. (5:19)
- Why Christopher decided to start a business, even though he didn’t fit the classic entrepreneurial type. (6:46)
- What made Christopher resist using the term “Lifestyle Business”. (18:46)
- How much Christopher’s business changed after he joined the Dynamite Circle. (29:00)
Mentioned in the episode:
- The Dynamite Circle
- The DC Podcast
- Surely You Will Be Saved One Day
- How the Dynamite Circle has Helped Me in Business and Life
- Easy Ear Training
- Musical U
- The 4-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss
Enjoyed this podcast? Check out these:
- TMBA 308: So You’ve Been Asked to Speak at a Conference
- TMBA 340: When Being an Entrepreneur is ‘Meh’
- TMBA 342: Come Down From DCBCN – 5 Things We Learned
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