Learn From The Best: Advice From The Faces of Main Street

2 min read • Aug 20, 2015 • Jacqueline Hoof

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 learning and developing from the best.
Learn From The Best  Advice From The Faces of Main Street

Business Owner: Brennan Waldorf
Business: Canvy’s Bag Company
Location: Fort Myers, Florida

Advice: “My experience did not come from a book or a college course, it came from reaching out to professionals in the industry and learning from them. A few people have really mentored me along the way and have helped me understand the importance of quality construction and the technical side of manufacturing tremendously.”

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Learn From The Best  Advice From The Faces of Main Street

Business Owner: Meg and Mosie
Business: Fold Leather Company
Location: San Diego, California

Advice: “We have always been women powered by creativity. Eventually we will be able to do what we love with the people we love and not rely on anything else. Stay focused on the daily goals, it will all lead to success. There is no better motivation than that.”

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Learn From The Best  Advice From The Faces of Main Street

Business Owner: Isaac Sheehan
Business: MIDAM. Mercantile
Location: Pickerington, Ohio

Advice: “Success is driven by the customer. That’s why I put my customers first in everything I do. I am a strong believer in people over profit. Those who are seeking to stay above in their chosen industry, remember to value each customer. Your unforgettable customer service will drive return customers. I try to be original as I can with my product designs. Doing things that no one has done yet and keeping things affordable will also help further the process. If you show that you sincerely value each customer, failure will never be an option.”

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Jacqueline Hoof