There’s a saying that goes, “it’s never too late to start something,” but today’s guest is the epitome of “it’s never too soon to start something.” Picture this: you’re 17 years old and contemplating dropping out of high school because you’re making such good money as an entrepreneur – all during the midst of a pandemic.
Intrigued? You should be.
I am extremely excited to feature Benjamin Hoang, Founder and CEO of Bolt Deals, based in Houston, Texas on this week’s podcast.
In this week’s episode, Benjamin and I dive deep into a series of captivating discussions that will leave you inspired to finally put your foot on the gas and get things movin’.
Here’s a sneak peek of what’s in store:
We talked about navigating entrepreneurship as a young adult and the challenges and opportunities that come with starting a business at a young age, as well as the impact of mentorship and support.
I also wanted to know what it took to build a successful marketing agency. We uncover the steps Benjamin took to establish a marketing company, deal with his competition, and the strategies used to grow his business.
Lastly, I was extremely curious about Benajmin’s talent acquisition and leadership perspectives considering he’s the youngest person at his business, but also the BOSS. We dive into his unique processes, the importance of hiring for core values, and the significance of leadership capabilities amongst his team members.
But that’s not all – believe it or not we also had time to talk about these topics as well:
- Learning from Failures and Mistakes
- Work-Life Balance and Time Management
- The Value of Mentorship
- Balancing Ambition and Laziness
- Transitioning from Business Ownership
- The Power of Networking and Social Connections
- Financial Success and Financial Management
We’ve got a jam packed episode lined up that will inspire and motivate you on your entrepreneurial journey. You don’t want to miss this week’s episode with Benjamin Hoang. But for now, chew on this: How did a high school student turn into a successful CEO during a global pandemic?
Remember, youth is your power.