19 Burst results for "Dorcas"

Indoor Dining Resumes At New Jersey Restaurants

KYW 24 Hour News

01:14 min | 3 months ago

Indoor Dining Resumes At New Jersey Restaurants

"Are celebrating the holiday weekend with a trip down the shore. You'll be allowed to eat indoors at restaurants for the first time since the shutdown, But Governor Murphy has done an about face on one front. Announcing smoking is not allowed inside New Jersey casinos more on that from K Y W's Mike Leonardo. The order that allowed indoor dining at 25% capacity also allowed smoking to resume inside casinos. But at his regular Corona virus briefing governor Murphy said a new executive order will prohibit smoking in in Dorcas. He knows we have looked closely at the science and agree with the experts who have concluded that allowing smoking Is too big a risk to take. Health advocates were concerned that secondhand smoke could spread covered 19 going into Labor Day weekend. The governor also had words of caution for a restaurant owners to follow social distancing rules, he said with indoor dining resuming, he'd like nothing more than to expand capacities, but I cannot. We will not be able to do that, if this weekend or the weeks that follow See a slew of restaurant owners and managers flagrantly violating the rules. Murphy said. The rate of virus transmission has ticked up to just above the key benchmark of one, but he said he sees no need to impose more restrictions right now.

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Dorcas Reilly, inventor of the green bean casserole, a Thanksgiving favorite, has died at 92

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Dorcas Reilly, inventor of the green bean casserole, a Thanksgiving favorite, has died at 92

"For we learned of the death. Earlier this month of dorks Riley, a long time employee of the home economics department of Campbell Soup Riley, invented the recipe for the green bean bait back in nineteen fifty-five her combination of green beans cream of mushroom soup fried onions and seasonings was a near instant hit with how makers of the time and remains one to this day. In fact, Campbell's predict some twenty million of her green bean base will likely be served at thanksgiving this year. As for door gas Riley's original bean bake recipe card. It was donated to the national inventors hall of fame back in two thousand and two darkness. Riley was ninety two.

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"dorcas" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"dorcas" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Live in a Mercedes Benz of plano, new centers eleven now that KRLD some shocking allegations are being leveled against white nationalist, Richard Spencer by his soon to be ex wife, Nina Cobra Nova filed for divorce recently in Montana after multiple attempts by Spencer to keep that filing under wraps. The judge finally released it this week in it Kuprianov accuses Spencer of emotional and physical abuse. She says at various times he choked her dragged her by the hair punched her while she was pregnant telling her that quote, the only language women understand. He's violence. Spencer was born in Boston, but grew up in Dallas was one of the organizers of last year's deadly Neo Nazi rally in Charlottesville Virginia. He is denying the allegations calling them again, quoting a wild mischaracterization of who. I am a senior official at the department of veteran affairs. Is facing criticism over a painting in his office with ties to the Ku Klux Klan, David J Thomas senior said he had no idea that confederate general Nathan Bedford Forrest was the KKK as first grand wizard after the end of the civil war. He tells the Washington Post that he just liked the painting of the man which hung in his office until complaints started coming in from his mostly black senior staff. Thomas who's worked for the VA for the past five years took the painting down after a petition started circulating against him to have it removed. They'll Rakoff CBS news Washington. Eight thirteen KRLD the woman who created a thanksgiving staple. Green bean casserole has died at the age of ninety two door Kaz Riley was a Campbell Soup kitchen supervisor in nineteen fifty five when she combined green beans and cream of mushroom soup, and then topped it with some crunchy fried onions. Yup. So good. It remains the most popular recipe ever to come out of the corporate kitchen at Campbell Soup, though. In her later years, she barely remembered. It said that one dish was hundreds she helped create including tomato soup, Meatloaf, tuna noodle casserole and something called sloppy Joes. Super burgers are right. Who invented the line jello with the cream cheese in the pecans? I dunno. I dunno. But that's another thanksgiving stable should be imprisoned. Eight fourteen at KRLD time.

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"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

"Per se but for example nence business they make solarpowered solutions for families who don't have access to reliable electricity in developing countries when they started they were creating a new product category they were selling in markets where it's very difficult to do business the regulations are confusing corruption can be a challenge and then they were selling to families who are offgrid so and who live in rural areas so they're very very difficult to reach and so not without even realizing it they had picked an extraordinarily difficult business to pursue because there were just so many unknowns so many questions so many things they had to figure out along the way there are businesses that don't require that much figuring out because someone else's already done it and you think you can do it differently or better and so you're building upon what is already been dot or you know there are very much lifestyle businesses it's were people do a business because they love it but their goal is to just support the family and not necessarily to change the world or to have this you know multibillion dollar exit and and so that is very valid as well of you know i wanna business because i love doing this and it's going to make us the income that we need just to pay the bills and that's great and so i think over time with each passing decade what that started up can look like can really change and and so you know ned himself says i if i ever did this again it's it's not going to look the same because i can't i physically cannot do this again it has been so difficult and so exhausting and and four the entrepreneur who is actually ready to hang up their hat and move on and do something else that's wonderful and i think there are many things that you can do that feel entrepreneurial or that.

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"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

"Easy and still what are the other practical is that you could give to people who are in this situation where they've got a spouse who is always chasing that that next dream there is an executive coach that i interviewed who use the term opportunity junkies that entrepreneurs can fall into the trap where they feel like they have to chase after every single thing that comes their way every signing object every possibility and it's completely understandable because when you want your baby to surive you're going to do everything you can to keep it alive but that that's risky because if you are constantly going after everything around you there is no margin left in your life for anything else and so this coach actually recommended that that entrepreneurs have somebody who holds them accountable to that so it could be an executive coach it could be a mentor it could be a wise friend but somebody who helps them evaluate all of these opportunities that are coming their way now some c is this really in line with what makes sense for your business does this line up with your priorities what is the cost going to be if you pursue this and what will you have to sacrifice how is this going to impact your family and those are really hard questions to answer and i think most of us would have trouble looking in the mirror and trying to figure that out on our own and so i think if you have someone to bounce those ideas off of who can guides you in that and help you make wise decisions of you know is this a business opportunity i should go after or not than than that's really helpful because most of the time entrepreneurs are flying by this either their parents and so you can bring in somebody who has some wisdom to bear some experience who has seen this before and they can they can walk you through that than than i think that that is a really really helpful resource and i would say also as much as you can write down so yeah we use the spreadsheet to track nets travel because we couldn't even agree on how.

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"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

"The business has failed and therefore i am a failure and i'm doomed but actually and especially in a place like silicon valley you have a lot of respect for for starting a business whether or not it works and and so that can lead you on an unexpected path to some new opportunity that you weren't planning on before and and so there are some really wonderful things which sounds strange but but there are wonderful things that can come out of of a failed business and i think we just need to be willing to see those things and pursue them and support one another and and help one another to have that perspective i like that you bring that up because of that is actually one of the things that i do like about silicon valley culture there's a lot of things to beat up on it but you have people here who will justice bradley list their business failures as they will their business successes that's not that's not normal your normal people like to hide the failures but here in the in the silicon valley it's it's saying yeah these are the things i tried and they didn't work and i can bring these lessons to what i'm doing now thought reacts adding it gives you a lot of credibility his you you did it you tried it which a lot of people don't even get to the trying stage so the fact that you tried it at says a lot about your character your perseverance your courage and the skills that you bring to bear and and so i i think that that can be very attractive to you know a feature business partner our feature employer or future spouse you know those are all excellent traits that you can bring to what you do we have ripple writer now chat room who is.

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"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

"Um and and then she and he agreed and then she just let him sit with that for about three months and she didn't pastor ham shouldn't nag ham because she knew how painful it was for him to make that decision to pull the plug and i really respect that that she had the patience and the grace to just step back and give him the space that he needed to mourn this company as well as to do the practical things that he needed to to close it down and think about what he wanted to do next n and so i think that that was a very respectful way in which she supported him through what was a really difficult time it's interesting that use that word to mourn because that's what it is uh you know you've got something along into life you've you've made something out of nothing and then another either you sell it or goes away you do need time to mourn and for a serial entrepreneur that's that's the that's the heartbreak stage right i mean it successful or not successful it's not going to be what it was when you created it yeah yeah by the whole thing is that even if a business doesn't work out there are so many positive things that can come out of the experience i mean entrepreneurs they learn so much so fast and so if your business doesn't work out you can walk away with a dozen new skills tons of new contacts and more ideas there are actually things that continue to open up to you i think some of us fall into the trap of feeling like.

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"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

"Or kind of just what can we do as a family that it and and what will be our our limit for for what we feel like we can invest personally into this business and that's something that you need to agree on together i would definitely recommend writing that down and and then when it comes time to it you know you just i think so much of marriage is honoring your agreements even when it is extraordinarily extraordinarily painful and if that is a conversation that you're not able to have or not able to come to some resolution two together is totally appropriate to bring in a mediator to may be go see a couples counselor or a really good friend a wise mentor that you both trust who can help you walk through that and help you understand you know how much can we take at what point is the struggling business going to be such a wheat on our family and our marriage that the cost of trying to keep it alive just isn't worth it anymore i am i tell the story in my book of this one couple who had reached the point where the business just wasn't working it was really really struggling i think it had been a couple of years anz the the wife and husband sat down and it was the husband who was the entrepreneur and she told her husband i i think it's kind of work and and i think you know we may be only have a little bit of time left in terms of finances and what we're able to do.

"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

"Yeah i i think that that that can be a nonstarter at so so specifically when you're wanting to start a business and if your partner if you go through these conversations you have multiple pull it a rations and you try to work through things and find compromises and they still say do not do the business this will be so harmful to me and to our relationship you need to pay attention to that i would not recommend any entrepreneur to spare ahead and keep doing the business without the support of their spouse because it's going to be actually harder for you to be successful in your business if you have someone who is actively against you rather than being on your team when you're already in that start of journey and something comes up and and you feel like i just half to work i have to do this right now then then i think it's important to have some parameters around that and it's been really helpful for me when my husband tells me okay it's going to be really intense for the next two weeks and i'm going to have a lot you know extra phone calls i'm going to be working extra hours i mean to take this trip i think you just kind of go into hyper communication boat and you say you know this is what's going on and it's also really helpful to know why you know i think sometimes when spouses aren't part of the business formerly we may feel just confused about why are you so busy why is it so hard what is going on and if you can explain to your partner th this is why i'm having a hard time right now or this is why i need to invest extra work or this is what's at stake for the business then than that actually is really helpful to have that context understand to feel like it's not just random it's not you choosing to work and be away from family but this is this is something that you feel like you need to do and this is why you feel like you you need to do it and i would say it's essential for the entrepreneur to acknowledge what impact this is having on the family and saying hey i know this.

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"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

"Back your mind you're thinking here we go again it's it's going to be just like it was that last time they started a business are it's i'm going to be left for the family i'm gonna be left with old responsibilities how do you how do you deal with that i mean is that something you can communicate that i can't take another startup or i can't take a startup right now what's the boundaries who draw yeah i will of course the boundaries are different for every couple i think there are some couples that have much higher tolerance for risk together than than others to there are couples were both of them are entrepreneurs so they totally get it and they are extremely supportive of one another in that regard but if you are a person who you are not comfortable with that amount of risk or you are totally burned out and exhausted from supporting your entrepreneur from however other many businesses that they have already done then it's really important to speak up if because resentment is not going to help anyone it's not helping your relationship it's not going to help you or your partner and ideally you want to not get there and so as much as you can proactively address that from the beginning and say he hey here's what's been really really hard for me and if you're going to do this business again can we do these things x ynz differently or is it possible for me to get more help in this regard or can you you know is there a way to do it so that you are working fewer hours or not travelling quite as much or even i think one thing that i found that's been really interesting is this question of timing can you wait until the kids are a little bit older before you pursue your business because the timing can make a huge difference were always changing going through different life stages and having an infant at home for his having teenagers verses being empty nesters those are completely different life stages and how it affects your partner if you're going to go out and pursue a business and so then i think you take all those things into consideration.

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"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

"And there's this concept of the lead parent you know so if you have kids even if the two of you are trying really hard to share the parenting load equally there's always going to be one parent who is listed first on the emergency form who is the first point of contact for picking the kids up were driving them around or taking them to the doctor and a win you're married to an entrepreneur you're pretty much guaranteed to be the lead parents um because everything's going to fall on you first and foremost and your spouse is very distant backup because they're just not a round and i'm not going to be as available to help with those things so i think the combination of the emotional feeling neglected as well as i have so much extra work and there they're all these choices that i feel like i'm being forced into because of the needs of my significant other and his or her business all those things together can really lead to resentment an actual you in your book you uh you did talk about going to see a therapist and and finding out that the i you will burned out uh and i think a lot of this is what played into that because you're right i mean it's it's not just that your husband was working long hours it was the fact that along with that came a a a lack of communication and a decrease of intimacy and and and this resentment that will while you're doing that while you're chasing your dreams i have to deal with all the practical aspects of holding this family together i it seems to me that uh that that is an issue those are issues that every family is going to feel at some point or another this oil which are sentence that build up whenever you feel like you're putting more into the relationship than someone else it would be multiplied up tenfold for someone was a serial entrepreneur because that that i that idea of moving from one one idea to the next one business to the next i have to imagine in.

"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

"Let's get the leftovers and i personally experienced this you know i've been with my has been for almost twenty years we met as college students so we were really young and we had a lot of opportunities such as hang out and spend tons and tons of time together and then is to read this business and he suddenly disappeared and he he wasn't even really around as a roommate anymore and i felt like i had gone from being number one in his life to a very very distant second and it was like suddenly his first love was his business and it wasn't me and that's a really painful transition to make an eta just sort of happened without either of us realising what was going on so i think that sort of the beginnings of resentment is when the spouse or significant other just feels like they're being neglected that they aren't being a paid attention to that they aren't as valued as they thought that they were even if that's not the case you know i know that ned has one hundred percent loved me every step of the way every day that we've been together but there were just days i didn't feel that because he wasn't around and he wasn't available for date nights and he had trouble may even paying attention to me when i was right in front of his face he would still clearly be thinking about the business i am so there's that emotional aspect and then there's aspect of the responsibilities that fall on the spouse when they're entrepreneur is in this mode of taking a lot of risks so that could be heavier financial responsibilities so there are some entrepreneurs spouses that end up working multiple jobs or they stay in a jar that they hate or they work when they would rather be at home because the family needs stable income and benefits um and then there are the spouses that half to stay home and be with the kids or care for aging parents and they take on almost all of that responsibility because their partner is just not available to support them in that.

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"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

"Yeah well i think first off perspective is really important when more people get brought into your life when you now have a significant other and then when you have kids you how you analyse risk it needs to change it can't be something that you're just thinking about for yourself of can i handle this is this going to work for me is a worth my personal risk because now it is a family risk so so the risks become weightier and can we as a family man as these risks and i think it's so important for couples to have these direct conversations together to ask one another what are we comfortable with you know finances is a great place to start because that is a tender spot for a lot of people and it's something that you can talk about quantitatively it's very concrete and so it's important to set limits and to set goals from the very beginning that both partners are comfortable with how much money are we personally going to invest in this business what are we comfortable with in terms of credit card debt how many hours is are you able to work where our family won't suffer too much how much can you travel what does the other partner need to do in order to bring in some sort of income to support the family who's going to help take care of the kids if you are no longer available and so there are so many more logistics that you just need to work out decisions that mean to be made and their decisions that need to be made together and i think the mistake that some entrepreneurs make is that they get an idea they're crazy excited about it and they just barrel ahead and their spouse you know they think that there's spouses just sort of a killjoy when i feel like the reality is that their spouse as just trying to understand how is this going to work and it's actually a really helpful realitychek if the entrepreneur is open to hearing that and sometimes they are and sometimes they're not but if the entrepreneur moves ahead without the support and buying of the speech.

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"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

"Emily to to understand what kind of financial risks you're taking on and two way you know how how many risks you wanna take how long you want that to go on four and and how are you going to ensure that you can have the revenue that you need in order to just survive as a family and then specifically from the spouses perspective so many entrepreneurs buses deal with resentment because they feel like their lives are just being taken over by their beloved business and even if they are very supportive and they love what their partner is doing it still brings so much extra stress and challenge into their life and it can affect their own career their own health and the health of their kids and and so that that feels like a lot of sacrifice and some spouses have trouble with that especially when it ads on year after year after year and there's no end in sight of just meaning to continue to give things up for the sake of this very unstable business that you have no idea what's going to happen with it's difficult to to ask people to do that a definitely want to talk about resentment because that is something that that crosses over even the startup world but let's talk about that first issue which is risk and this this is big because if you are a a serial entrepreneur if you were start a person risk as part of your life aand you did mentioned earlier on that that is actually one of the things that makes it fun to start a relationship with the start a person they they will take risks they they tend to be a bit more spontaneous they like acting on ideas they like having a lot of ideas but and you'll do to this in your book at some point that needs to mature a little bit because they can't always be risk at some point if you are establishing a relationship it means the risk has the decrease or at least there has to be a part of you a part of the relationship that's not exposed to the same sort of risk how do you do that mean as you mentioned especially if if it's a brand new start a person that that risk seems to permeate everything you are in everything you do gap.

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"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

"Lost ladden with this the highstakes game of this silicon valley surreal entrepreneur with moving from company to company somewhere along the line you have to live somewhere along the line you have to build up relationships that's specifically what you try to cover and i of reading your book it was interesting because you brought up a lot of points that i think are obvious but not obvious it's like well of course that would happen but i just never thought about it will aim would you be willing to dive into the book in in in just a second let's let's go through some of the main tenets of your story and see if the resonate with our audience would would that be okay with you yes sir i'm happy to share more and we're going to get an in a just a bit just a bit of first of all i do want to take a very short break to take a sponsor of this episode of triangulation now folks twenty 18 is here i don't know if you know it but we are in the new year so the question is what are you doing to prepare yourself for your story for your narrative are you doing the things that you need to do are you connecting with the people that you need to connect with our you adding the resources to make sure that you are ready for 2018 well i hope so and that's why we're so happy have legalzoom as a sponsor of this episode of triangulation el legalzoom can help you make this year the year you finally get serious about launching and running your own business talk about serial entrepreneurship talk about because start a person the first step is to make sure that you are covered legally as a matter of fact legalzoom has been helping people gest like you take care of their dreams and responsibilities for more than sixteen years a white glove service for business owners everything you need to run your business so you don't have to worry about compliance or when things are due they'll guide you through the process to the pitfalls though make sure that you avoid the mistakes that everyone else makes their services include tax consultation intellectual property payroll employee handbooks and business compliance now legalzoom is not a law firm but they have the.

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Triangulation

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

"Um but but in silicon valley it's everything times tatton you know everyone just once bigger and faster and more exciting and newer let's talk about the phenomenon a little bit because i was born like you in the silicon valley i'm his laekan belly boy i lived a lot of my life here i started a business when i was very young and so i'm an entrepreneur i must start a guy but an entrepreneur and has started guy back in the 80s is not an entrepreneur and a startup guy today back then i did a lot of research found the business i wanted to be an had a passion ford and that i went through several hard years building it up you would not see that today today we use terms like a hard pitted and this idea that an idea you throw it out and if it doesn't get traction of me the you kill it and you move on that's the cereal entrepreneur of again lhasa feet how did we get to that point i mean why why is that the new way of being an entrepreneur i think that it is all of us trying to keep up with technology and everything has moved faster and we know about what's going on around us a more comprehensively and at a more rapid rate and so there is this increasing pressure of i just have to keep up and and if i'm gonna keep up i i can't stick with this idea even if it's something that i love if it doesn't work within a few months then i need to move on and i need to find something else that works and you see so many other people around you doing that same thing and so it's really difficult to to stick on one path and just continue on that way if you don't see it gaining traction at a very fast rate and i think you know there's pressure from investors there's pressure from competitors an and so entrepreneurs just feel like they just got to keep going and there there is no time to stop and rest and do research what i like about your story is your covering part of the narrative that off against.

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"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

"Are so fond to date because they're really interesting really exciting they love to do new activities and have so many adventures but they are difficult to mary because their desire to always be seeking something new and seeking adventure it comes into direct tension and conflict with the the ideals of marriage of being stable and committed and staying with the same person for very long time that's exactly what your book is all about it's about how to have a say in relationship with a he has cereals startup entrepreneur it's it's about how to carve a space out for yourself when you're dealing with the start of culture here in the so silicon valley but of course before we get to that i wanna talk a little bit about you because you've got a very interesting background as you mentioned you've got more than a decade of working with nonprofits you have lived all around the world you've been in kenya you've been in hong kong you've been in china so you've seen how this kind of culture this technique dji coulter the the nonprofit cultural works in different parts of of the world is there something unique about the start of culture in the silicon valley do you think oh yeah i i think that the starter culture is extending to different parts of the world which is actually really exciting to see but in silicon valley it continues to be in hyper drive i think the level of intensity the the aspirations that people have here they're tremendous you know you can't really walk twenty feet without running into an entrepreneur who not only wants to start a business but wants to start a business that changes the entire world and i think entrepreneurs in other countries although they are starting to catch up with us may have more modest aspirations to begin with you know they really want to support their family they wanna start something that serves their community um.

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"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

"My husband actual he so i had no interest in the start world i studied sociology as you mentioned and so my background is actually in the nonprofit sector so i worked in nonprofits for about a decade loved doing community development work doing social services uh and then there was a man who i fell in love with when we were in college together and he really could not figure out what he wanted to do in college and i worried me a little bit because he kept changing his meter every quarter and i thought that there was something wrong with him that he couldn't focus on anything and then it turned out that he was notch producer which meant that he is interested in everything and he wants to have the opportunity to try everything and and so then when we graduated he actually did have a normal job a normal ninetofive job for about six months and then he hated it so he quit and then started his first business and now he's on business i think number four uh but this is the biggest one yet and i am as the spouse of somebody who does this i can't help but totally be pulled into it it it's interesting that you you bring up the fact that he couldn't choose a major because now that i think of it there's probably know better analogy to what a serial start a person has like they board very easily they love the guy meant they love the action and they they want to create things but then they also want a move on his is that what you're seeing with a cereal startup phenomenon in the silicon valley i'll absolutely there is this a breathlessness that i think is just inherent to entrepreneurs and they love that startup phase and then as soon as the business gets a little bit more settled a little bit more stable than they just want to move on and they want to create something from scratch i think that is really what gives them a sense of purpose and for that's why they just keep doing it over and over again uh but unfortunately that also makes it difficult for people who are in relationships with entrepreneurs so i spoke with one psychologists who phrase that really well he said that entrepreneurs.

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"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"dorcas" Discussed on Triangulation

"Liam kassian love from people you trust this is tweets bandwidth for triangulation is brought to you by cash fly at sea a c h e f l y dot com this is triangulation episode number three hundred thirty two february second twenty 18 dork us chang toes this episode of triangulation is brought to you by legalzoom get your dream business up and running in take control of your family's future with legalzoom for special savings visit legal zoom dot com and enter the code triangulation at checkout and by fresh books the easy to use cloud accounting software for small business owners make this year you're most productive year yet tried for free for thirty days at fresh books dot com slash triangulation hello and welcome to triangulation this is the show where we bring the luminaries the visionaries the people who understand tech into the studio here at twit and give you their viewpoint i'm father robert ballasts air the digital jesuit and i am so honored to be joined by a person who i think and give us a fresh perspective on the silicon valley and the startup culture we welcome to the show dork is chunk toes and she is the author of start love repeat as how to stay in love with your entrepreneur in a crazy startup world dork is thank you very much for.

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