Why You Don’t Need to Own a Business to Be an Entrepreneur

In this episode of “Monday Marketing Tips”, Gary sits down with businessman Marc Lore to talk about his experiences as an entrepreneur in a mega-corporation. Marc shares some stories of his early entrepreneurial experiences, the mistakes he learned from them, and how he was able to adjust to a more desirable situation when he started working with Walmart. A lot of entrepreneurs think they can’t survive in a large corporation where short-term metrics are often prioritized over what entrepreneurs tend to value, but here Marc shows you just how great being an entrepreneur in a bug business really can be… Enjoy!

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