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When you hear the story of the founding of a business, you often get the sanitized version. You only hear the high points. However, it’s often in failure that the biggest lessons are learned. Today’s guest Kristen Hadeed founded Student Maid several years ago, but the early days weren’t always so smooth. She’s just published a book called Permission To Screw Up in which she chronicles some of the lessons learned as an entrepreneur and a boss, and on today’s show she shares some of the hightlights.

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Music for the AC podcast is by Joshua Seurkamp. End remix is by DJ Z-Trip.


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