David Wogahn began his entrepreneurial journey raising chickens to sell eggs to his neighbors. Bored with corporate life at the LA Times years later, David co-founded a college sports Internet start-up in 1995 that outlasted the dotcom bubble. Today he helps authors form their own publishing imprint, and publishes their books.
“You have to run towards that wall as if it’s not going to be there and I have a little sign above my office door and it has 0.01 and the 0.01 that’s 100th of a second, Michael Phelps won the gold medal in China in one of his swimming races and I always think that just the slightest little push with his fingers got him to that wall in a 100th of a second over his competitor and you can’t forget that every single little detail matters like that and that extra effort really does make a difference”…[Listen for More]
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