Hey Fit & Frugal Tribe!
Today's episode is all about the raw & real journey of entrepreneurship with none other than Luis Baraza. Luis isn't just any entrepreneur; he's a master of reinvention.
Dive in as Luis and I unpack his rollercoaster ride into the world of business. But this chat isn't just about successes and strategies. We get deep into the nitty-gritty of what it really takes to run a business – the unglamorous side that social media often glosses over.
Luis shares his insights on the importance of embracing failures, the reality check of social media in business, and the critical role of being transparent about the ups and downs of entrepreneurship.
Luis Baraza is a serial entrepreneur who's been making waves in the e-commerce world for the past two and a half years. Now he's the driving force behind a social media marketing agency @GalindoMedia helping brands and entrepreneurs amplify their online presence.
Luis's journey into entrepreneurship included multiple failed business ventures before finding success in e-commerce
The military was not a good fit for Luis due to his desire for independence and the ability to be his own person
Social media often glorifies entrepreneurship, but the reality is that it can be challenging and not always financially successful
Dropshipping and FBA are two different fulfillment methods in e-commerce, with Dropshipping allowing for selling products without physical inventory and FBA requiring the purchase of inventory before selling.
It is important to be open about failures and not let ego get in the way of admitting mistakes and learning from them
Luis is in a position where he has enough liquidity to not work for a few years and be financially stable, but he is still pushing himself to make his businesses successful
Many people in America are just one bad car repair away from financial trouble, highlighting the importance of financial stability and planning
Luis acknowledges that he is in a good position compared to many others, but he still faces challenges and stresses in running his businesses
Luis believes that failure is a lesson, not a loss, and that it is necessary to experience failure in order to become a winner in business
Both Luis and Tawni discuss their own experiences with financial losses and the importance of being transparent about these failures
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