In this episode of Failing to Success, Chad Kaleky from Cosmic Design and Development interviews Kris Hughes, the founder of Zanate Ventures, a company that creates compelling content for startups and agency founders. Hughes shares his journey from being a marketer in a financial services company to becoming an entrepreneur. After being let go from the company, Hughes reflects on his career path and decides to build his own business. In fall 2020, he lands his first clients for his current business, which he builds around his lifestyle, providing him with the freedom and flexibility to work from anywhere.
Hughes talks about how his upbringing with entrepreneurial parents influenced his decision to become an entrepreneur. He also shares how he built his business around his life, enabling him and his wife to work from anywhere, and how he picks his clients based on whether they are a good fit for his business.
Through this podcast episode, we learn about Kris Hughes' journey from a marketer in a corporate world to becoming an entrepreneur. He shares his struggles and pivotal moments that led him to build his own business and live a life that he desires. Hughes' story serves as an inspiration for those who are considering becoming an entrepreneur but are hesitant to take the leap.
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Kris Hughes from Zanate Ventures: https://zanateventures.com/
Chad Kaleky from Cosmic Design: https://www.cosmicdesign.io/
00:00:25 Getting Laid Off
00:03:52 Choosing the Right Clients
00:07:09 Advice to New Entrepreneurs
00:09:06 Contact Kris
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