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High-School Dropout to Digital Marketing Expert, Entrepreneur, and Educator, Ep. 14
Episode 1410th November 2020 • Yes, I Work From Home • April K Malone
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Dylan Ogline has been self-employed as an entrepreneur for the greater part of his life, since he was 14 years old, selling cell phones at a profit and creating websites instead of finishing high school. In this interview, he tells the story of how he went from sitting on a plastic bucket in a basement to having a 7-figure digital agency. Dylan shares how he accomplished this by focusing on just one thing at a time; and, now, as an educator, he loves helping teach others how to find their one thing to focus on so they can start and build their own digital agency that will allow them to have more freedom, purpose, and meaning.

Dylan shares the ups and downs of the first ten years of his journey as an entrepreneur and about how he has moved back and forth between Florida and Pennsylvania a couple times. He talks about how his plan to travel the US by RV ended abruptly and why he transitioned to his current location. It ends up that he has been able to manage a virtual team seamlessly through some of these transitions. 

Contact Dylan: dylanogline.com

Dylan's business: OglineDigital.com

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