Welcome to the Chef’s Table. Where I invite entrepreneurs from all walks of life to share their stories and what they want to achieve in building their business.
Today I have my amazing guest, Richard Bretton. Richard is an entrepreneur, game designer, game developer, and online marketer.
I invited Richard to the Chef’s Table because his story is one I think everyone needs to hear. That no matter where you are in life, there is the opportunity to change your path and step into being an entrepreneur.
From drugs, attempted suicide, and mental health… he has come a long way from where he was to where he is now.
I promise you this is a hard-hitting conversation with a wide variety of topics that impact entrepreneurs.
The Conversation at the Chef’s Table
This is not your typical conversation… be prepared for passion, insight, and a clash of ideas. If you are looking to be an entrepreneur, this is the conversation that you need to hear.
Being an entrepreneur really is a business. From start to finish there are key ingredients that make up an entrepreneur and how you build a business.
What is the Entrepreneur Foundation?
What makes someone an entrepreneur? What do they need to focus on and what is a foundation they need to build?
One of the ongoing conversations from entrepreneur to an entrepreneur is the conversation of self-development. What are you reading? What are the events that you are attending that are improving your mindset?
Do you need coaching and mentorship?
Suprisingingly the answer is always yes. Whether you pay or give your time at the service of your mentor, it’s worth having one.
What do you need to market your business? Do you hire or outsource?
Is the structure of your business set up correctly? Are you able to get a business loan? What are you willing to do to build your business.
This conversation covers a variety of topics that if you pay attention, give you insight into how to get started with your business today.
If you like what you are hearing and what to connect with Richard or support him in his gaming development. Connect with him.
If you would like to be a guest at the chef’s table, comment below. I’m always on the lookout to support entrepreneurs and give them a platform where they have a voice.
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Yours in Gratitude,
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