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How to Think Like an Entrepreneur - Julie Hession

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Uploaded on Feb 6, 2012

In Chapter 12 of 21 in her 2011 Capture Your Flag interview, food entrepreneur Julie Hession answers "How Has the Trial and Error Process Shaped Entrepreneur Career Choices?" Hession shares how she has embraced the uncertainty and risk that come with learning to operate as an entrepreneur. She shares it is like "nothing ventured, nothing gained" and details specific experiences that have contributed to her growth, including being a winning contestant on the Food Network and winning Sterling Wines Ultimate Host Competition. Julie Hession is the founder of Julie Anne's All Natural Granola Company. Passionate about food since childhood, Hession has developed her career by food blogging, cooking contests, and starting fine food companies. Hession earned an MBA in Marketing from Duke University and a BA from UNLV.

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