David and I have a couple of things in common. We both have a passion for entrepreneurship, and we both started our “professional” careers with paper routes. But, David Becker has experienced so much more than I.
You see, David is what you would call a bit of a “serial entrepreneur.” He’s founded some of the Midwest’s early software successes, including DyKnow, RICS Software, and First Internet Bank. In this rare video interview, this experienced founder shares the secret to his multiple successes as well as the insight into his biggest failure:
Startup Advice Video Assignment:
Now it’s your turn to share your own startup advice:
- How did you know you were going to be an entrepreneur?
- What has been your biggest loss?
- What do you you think are some of the keys to being a successful founder?
Let’s discuss in the comments below: