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42: Transitioning from Employee to Owner | Jacob Dellinger and Jay | Michael’s Video and Wedding Cinema

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Entrepreneurs Jacob and Jay of Michael’s Video and Wedding Cinema join us to discuss how they transitioned from being employees to being the owners and operators of a thirty-two-year-old business. They grew up together and had experience working side-by-side, but this new role helped them to increase their management and small business ownership skills. If you are in a similar place, like they were, with a great job but not utilizing your full potential, their story can help motivate you to transition from employee to business owner.

 

LINKS AND RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODE:

Watch their videos on their YouTube channel

Michael’s Video and Wedding Cinema website

Check out their production of Erik The Travel Guy:  http://www.erikthetravelguy.com/

The Launch of their New Corporate Video division:  Sophos Studios

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