Dr. Josh Satterlee is hosting Ryan Chapman, whom he considers to be the PhD of marketing. Dr. Josh considers that going for a PhD in entrepreneurship to become an entrepreneur is the worst use of funds. Ryan shares that he has benefited from an entrepreneurship course in college, but the real lessons are learned from practice. In light of the COVID-19 crisis and the huge plunge in all businesses, Dr. John and Ryan will be discussing ways to tackle this difficult state of circumstances.
“If someone comes at you trying to sell something, or someone comes at you to ask how you’re doing, which one are you more likely to open up to? It’s an easy, easy answer.” -Ryan Chapman
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