Ido Leffler & Sarah Prevette Advise Entrepreneurs in Quit Your Day Job
According to Forbes, the show is also noteworthy for its inclusion of women and minority business hopefuls. While still offering insider “tips on how to run customer focus groups, how to build a personal brand as an entrepreneur and thinking beyond just one product to building an entire brand portfolio” QYDJ gets some commendations for being “aimed at professional millennial women” and for featuring “particularly underrepresented” entrepreneurs.
You can stream a number of clips and interviews for the show, including the entirety of the first episode—called “Unbeweavable”—online at Oxygen, or simply watch the embedded trailer below. And for now, read up on Leffler and Prevette’s top career advice for other “wannabe moguls” on Marie Claire (spoiler: Leffler tells us that we “dont need a business degree to start a business,” while Prevette reminds us that “yes, you need a business plan”).
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