Episode 16

Published on:

22nd Nov 2019

Your Entrepreneur’s Plan Needs Time for Ground Work Featuring Tabitha Laser

Tabitha Laser is a multi-faceted professional with over 25 years of leadership experience in a wide variety of industries ranging from oil and gas, energy, manufacturing, agriculture, construction and many more. 

We discuss:

  • The key role of having a mission when you start a business [again] [2:30]
  • How to stay on the path you’ve chosen [4:53]
  • How to keep future leaders long term in an organization [7:00]
  • Coming a long way in a short period of time [9:20]
  • You don’t get any money back if you don’t put anything in [11:23]
  • The second-guessers and the supporters [13:40]
  • Building a network: why it’s a matter of asking, not money [17:15]
  • What beats the fear of being transparent about what you do [22:34]
  • The Winning Trifecta [23:28]

Her diverse background has provided her with numerous opportunities to work with government agencies and some of the world’s largest companies, including Fortune 500 companies like BP, 3M, and General Mills.

Learn more about Tabitha at https://www.talaser.com/LinkedInTwitter and Facebook.

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About the Podcast

Building Your Own Successful Business After a Late Career Job Loss
Have you lost your job after 20 or 30 years in your career? Do you feel traumatized and unsure how to go forward? Would you rather work for yourself and have more control over your destiny? You are not alone. In GOING SOLO, we discuss what it’s like to go from being highly skilled and well compensated to unemployment; how to deal with the trauma of late-career job loss; and how to reinvent yourself as an entrepreneur, satisfying your soul and supporting your lifestyle.

About your host

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David Shriner-Cahn

After 28 years as a highly skilled employee, I was told that my job was over. In spite of the immediate trauma and fear, I knew that as my next step, I'd rather work for myself and have more control over my destiny. That was in 2006.

Today, I'm a thriving entrepreneur, podcaster and speaker. I guide highly skilled professionals who are recovering from a late career job loss and who yearn to impact the world with their knowledge and creativity by becoming successful entrepreneurs.