Natasha Miller: What shortcuts for success do we learn in the new book “Relentless”?
Our next guest, Natasha Miller, isn’t your average CEO. She sits at the helm of Entire Productions which has been an Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing companies in America for three years in a row. Natasha studied entrepreneurship at the Harvard Business School and MIT, and is a trained classical violinist and accomplished jazz vocalist. She now resides in San Francisco, CA where she is a member and is on the regional board of EO (Entrepreneurs’ Organization).
In episode number 222 of the Fraternity Foodie Podcast, we find out more about Natasha’s new book called “Relentless: Homeless Teen to Achieving the Entrepreneur Dream”. We find out why Natasha decided to call 911 when she was sixteen years old, why her bedroom was a victory, how emotions look different when you get them out of your head and into a journal, the influence music has had in her life, what she learned from Professor Chris Stone about planning, how she learned to trust her team at Entire Productions, what “fake it till you make it” really means, how to go from anxiety to planning new business ideas, whether she is successful because of her upbringing or despite her upbringing, and shortcuts for success that she learned along the way.