Live Your Dream Now: Advice From The Faces of Main Street

Live Your Dream Now: Advice From The Faces of Main Street

  • August 13th, 2015
  • Jacqueline Hoof

Some great words of wisdom to start living your dream now.

Here at Lendio, our passion is seeing people live the American Dream. Not only are people improving their own lives by running a business, they’re improving a community. A lot of people we interview for Faces of Main Street powered by Lendio, a site dedicated to telling every entrepreneur’s story, give some really great business advice. Here is some insightful advice on becoming a better business owner by choosing to start living your dream now.

Live Your Dream Now: Advice From The Faces of Main Street

Business Owner: Lucas Darway
Business: Arcane Supply Co.
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Advice: “I don’t think I will ever stop being an entrepreneur; not after all that I have learned and all of the needs that you see in people’s lives that can be met through a thoughtful business. The insight, focus and strategy alone are invaluable, especially when you have support to grind through the core functions of running a business.”

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Live Your Dream Now: Advice From The Faces of Main Street

Business Owner: Wei Tsay
Business: Avantūr
Location: New York City, New York

Advice: “Save money now! When we started, we didn’t have a ton of savings, but we didn’t want to wait to launch our business, or go in debt so we’ve been investing and building our brand slowly. We pay where we have to (i.e. sample making), but in general, we keep it scrappy and we do things ourselves. Both of us have experience with sewing. Everything else? We’ve learned on the fly… if we don’t know something, we’ll find someone who does, or we’ll teach ourselves.”

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Live Your Dream Now: Advice From The Faces of Main Street

Business Owner: Justin Nelson
Business: F
ernweh Woodworking
Location: Bend, Oregon

Advice: “I seek to be constantly innovating new products, while also seeking more efficient solutions for medium scale wholesale production. This allows me to sell affordable products to more than only the highest-end buyers. It’s a long discovery process and I’m nowhere near the point where I’ll feel like I’ve “made it.” Keep pushing through!”

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Faces Of Main Street is on a mission to tell the inspiring stories of the 28 million small businesses and entrepreneurs of America. We believe every story deserves to be told. These stories echo the American business dream of courage, determination, and hard work. The whole nation, everyone, can help us. For more information, visit www.facesofmainstreet.com.

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  • Jacqueline Hoof

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