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Joshua Davidson is an entrepreneur, speaker and startup advisor. He’s been creating companies since he was in high school. In a nutshell, he spends most of his days building products and growing companies. Joshua’s been personally featured on MSNBC, NBC, Fox, Technically, AOL, Mashable, EliteDaily, Huffington Post, CBS and the Examiner.


Key Takeaways

  • Joshua Davidson started ChopDawg at the age of 16.
  • ChopDawg works with early startups and large organizations to handle all their tech needs.
  • Joshua went door to door to small businesses in summer selling website design.
    • At time websites were thought of as accessory, not necessity.
    • He was motivated by business & journey, experiences, family/friends.
  • When hiring in a startup, use the NBA draft analagy – pick the most talented people who can perform multiple jobs.
  • Think long term and be very patient.
  • Post a new piece of content every day – podcast, social media, blog posts.
    • Use social media marketing and paid advertising to promote.
  • Too many people are short term focused but it takes a long time to be successful.
  • Never be satisfied with what you’ve achieved.
  • Ask how can we make the biggest impact possible by helping the most people?
  • Build compound interest on the work you do.
  • Dont be a freelancer, be an entrepreneur.
    • Hire someone to work on accounts.
    • Work on your business not in your business.
  • Outsource your weaknesses.

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