“The Soul of an Entrepreneur” Author David Sax

David Sax is a journalist and author whose written for the New York Times and Business Week.

In his fourth book, The Soul of an Entrepreneur, “the award-winning business writer dismantles the myths of entrepreneurship, replacing them with an essential story about the experience of real business owners in the modern economy.”

In this episode, David introduces the core question: Why am I doing this? 

In true Dos Marcos fashion, we also talk about pee stained mattresses, braided chest hair, and leopard print chairs.

If you’re going to buy David’s book—and you should—purchase from a local retailer, or from Bookshop.org, which supports independent stores by providing a global online presence. 

Nationwide Help Center 

Nationwide Marketing Group has launched a BACK TO BUSINESS HUB packed with useful information for independent retailers.

For Dos Marcos listeners seeking expert advice as they navigate the changing environment, we have an email address for you to use: help@nationwidegroup.org.

Thank you to our headline sponsor Nationwide Marketing Group.

As a member of Nationwide Marketing group, you instantly have access to over 200+ ambitious, entrepreneurial-minded advocates who are dedicated to helping your business thrive. Nationwide serves more than 5,500 independent retail members with tools, resources, training, and technology to help their businesses grow.

Also, thanks to our sponsor, PureCare. PureCare designs essential elements necessary to create a healthy sleep environment. PureCare manufactures the official mattress and pillow protectors of both the National Sleep Foundation  and the Woman’s Choice Award.

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