This interview is long overdue. I have a tremendous level of respect for our guest this time around because Ms. Pasha Baker is not only the definition of all things related to entrepreneurship, but she specializes in helping others reach their dreams. The owner and founder of SILICON SOUTH has been recognized repeatedly for her countless contributions to the entrepreneurial community as well as her own personal achievements. I’m personally excited about this interview and all of the value that you are getting ready to listen to below because we talked about everything from raising capital from your business to the power of networking.
NETWORKING IS A CONTACT SPORT, Pasha built her company and her brand by keeping one simple truth: “BUSINESS and BANKING have never changed”, now of course there’s 2 more parts to that philosophy, but you’ll have to listen to the interview to get the rest. Here’s one of the BIGGES TIPS that a new entrepreneur can learn, YOU DON’T FIND venture capitalists, venture capitalists find you. In this interview Ms. Baker explains exactly what it takes to take your business from local to global, what investors are looking for, and most importantly the thought process necessary to win as an entrepreneur. It’s all about belief.
Prior to this interview, I was able to watch Ms. Pasha Baker for the better part of a calendar year, and can honestly say that I have seldom been more impressed and intrigued about speaking with such a powerful, phenomenal, astute businesswoman. While I could go on forever sharing tips that Ms. Baker gives us during these few minutes, I’ll leave you with just one more before you click the play button below: It’s not enough to just know your product, you owe it to your business, dream etc to know EVERY ASPECT of the industry/profession/goal that you choose. Ladies and gentlemen, I am excited for what you are about to hear and learn. Lastly, I challenge you to leave a comment, let us know the POWER POINTS of this interview and how you’ll use them in the future. I present Ms. Pasha Baker.