Todd Conklin is no stranger to entrepreneurship, having run his own company for 25 years. However, Todd was working in the corporate world up until recently. After the loss of two great mentors, his dad at 66, and his friend at 59, Todd knew it was time to leave corporate, and create his own entrepreneurial path once again.
Highlights from This Episode:
● What words of wisdom does Todd have on raising teenagers?
● How did Todd learn to be so patient?
● You’re going to mess up sometimes. And when you do, ask for forgiveness, especially to your kids.
● It can be hard to flip the switch and be more compassionate after coming home from a stressful day.
● Why did Todd decide to make the transition from employee to entrepreneur?
● Two of Todd’s mentors passed away at an early age. He knew he had to seize the time he had, and start something on his own.
● Todd’s not old enough to retire yet, but still, you still need a place to go and be active after you ‘retire.’
● How does Todd manage his family life and his professional life?
● What were some of the benefits of joining an incubator?
● When was the last time Todd experienced joy?