Jake Jorgovan has started a lot of businesses—from recording punk rock bands in his basement as a teenager to designing websites for multiple clients. But Jake recently learned that if he wanted to scale to something bigger than his own expertise, he had to rethink everything.
That realization eventually lead Jake to build Lead Cookie—a now-more-than $45,000/month business he built in just over 6 months.
In today’s episode of Freelance to Founder, you’ll hear how Jake radically adjusted his thinking and business-building habits to quickly grow from absolute zero to a good-sized team and a scalable business.
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On ‘Freelance to Founder’ today: @JakeJorgovan who went from “nerdy kid” in high school, to building websites, and eventually building a $45,000/mo. business in just over 6 months! https://t.co/rEZQNPGMx8 #freelancelife #entrepreneur #business #scaleup
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