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Lessons learned from a decade in the ice cream business
Reflecting on the challenges and sacrifices needed to get her business off the ground, Natasha Case, co-founder of Coolhaus, explains the lessons she has learned along the way. It's important to ask for help when necessary, stick to your vision and recognize that your management style may evolve over time.
IT’S IMPORTANT TO STAY TRUE TO YOUR VISION
I wish had known when I started just how powerful and important your vision and the spirit of the company is. There’s often a middle stage in growing a business where you start to peel back a little bit. For example, the more your business grows, the more voices you start to add into the mix, whether they’re partners or investors. Sometimes, your instinct is to distance yourself from the startup character that got you started. But there’s so much power in that true origin. If you want to build a long-lasting company, you need to remind yourself every day why you’re doing what you’re doing. It doesn’t matter how big your company gets. Your why should be consistent.
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