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Walking the Unexpected Path to Full-Time Food Blogger
25th February 2016 • Hack the Entrepreneur • Jon Nastor
00:00:00 00:43:00

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My guest today is a mother, former school administrator, blogger, and an entrepreneur.

Back in the late summer of 2008, my guest began couponing like really couponing. She loves to cook and loved the challenge of coming up with meals that cost under $5.

One night as my guest was cleaning up the dishes from dinner, she thought of the phrase $5 Dinners . And from this, a very impressive business was born.

My guest is now the founder behind 5 Dollar Dinners, 5 Dollar Meal Plan, and Grocery Budget Makeover.

Now, let s hack …

Erin Chase.

In this 43-minute episode Erin Chase and I discuss:

  • Why you should always be aiming for Inbox Zero
  • Needing to be in tune with customers (and how to get there)
  • The value of following feedback, process, guidelines and surveys
  • Your product is not your baby (it is made for your customer)
  • Do, delegate, delete, or defer

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