Tory Burch, fashion designer and CEO, shares her advice to entrepreneurs.
- What do you tell someone whose 21, 20,…really thinking about it?…What kind of advice you giving them today?…- I spoke at Stanford a couple years ago…and I was amazed to hear that everyone…wanted to be an entrepreneur.…And I thought that that was such an interesting thing to say…because usually you find your passion…and you become an entrepreneur…by nature of what your passion is…and figure that out.…But people need to pay their dues a bit…and be open to learning.…I don't think that everyone…can all of sudden have a startup,…it's good to get some experience under your belt.…
And I do give that advice.…And I also think that if you work in some places…that aren't the best job for you,…you should look at it in an entrepreneurial way…and take things from it…and look at things as a learning experience.…And then when you move on,…you do that again.…Then you sort of find your path…and you realize more and more what you want to do.…- Do you think that the culture of entrepreneurship then,…the kind of Shark Tank fueled idea…
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