Part II in this series is all about commitment and taking action. We’re no longer dreaming of what it might be like to start a business… we’re actually making moves to make it happen.
Bringing to life a product involves a lot of risk and setbacks that in the past have literally piled years onto our development timeline. I thought I'd share with you a glimpse from behind the scenes.
The journey begins with the call to adventure. Something that makes you want to leave your warm bed to wager health and treasure in pursuit of something great. So here goes: a roadmap for adventurers.
I learned that when people offer feedback, you need to figure out how to hear the pearls of wisdom within what may just seem like criticism or fear. And this isn’t just for business.
I was tired of hot, heavy, uninspired blazers that cost me an arm and a leg to dry clean. Blazers that I couldn't make look good without wrinkles, no matter what I did. I needed a blazer made for my life. So I made one.