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PODCAST: Where Emotion and Analytics Meet (Thriveal)

On October 11, 2017, Jeff Phillips, CEO of Accountingfly joined Thriveal’s podcast.

In Episode 76, Jason Blumer and Greg Kyte discuss the emotional side of growing a firm beyond yourself (via The Emyth). How should an entrepreneur handle the business having needs of its own? Jeff Phillips from Accountingfly and Going Concern then joins them to talk about the place where passion and objectivity meet for entrepreneurs. He also shares how content marketing attracts team members and his own personal journey of finding a pain point and solving it in the marketplace, including the two emotions (and there are only 2) that he has experienced as an entrepreneur, click here to listen.

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