Gila Kurtz turned her passion as a professional dog trainer, into an award winning, seven-figure lifestyle brand for dog lovers as well as becoming a #1 best selling Amazon author. But her definition for success doesn’t really include revenue. Find out how she shifted her definition for success and the lessons she would tell her ‘just starting out’ self that could save other entrepreneurs time and energy this week on The Trep Talk.
Any place there is purposeful passion there is room for success. The guest this week on The Trep Talk, Gila Kurtz, a professional dog trainer, turned her passion for pooches into a very successful business. Her company, DogIsGood.com, is about to celebrate its 10-year anniversary – with a seven-figure revenue stream!
Yet, her success is not really defined by revenue, it is more about the positive impact she can have on the people she comes in contact with, her employees and the world. It is about living a life in which she is able to take care of herself, her family and friends with the freedom to explore things she is interested in and the freedom to continually learn, network and be in environments that lift her up.
The three lessons she would tell herself when starting the company, are lessons that any entrepreneur can take away – so don’t miss this insightful interview on The Trep Talk!
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