Episode Summary

Josh Durham is a social entrepreneur that believes in creating change for good. He is the CEO and Co-Founder of Weighting Comforts, a social enterprise weighted blanket company that intentionally employs refugees to help them integrate culturally.

In college he was leading digital marketing strategy sessions for Fortune 500 companies. After graduating college Josh scaled Weighting Comforts from 6 to 43 employees in 7 months and took his business from 6 to 7 figures all before turning 23.

Episode Notes

Josh Durham is a social entrepreneur that believes in creating change for good. He is the CEO and Co-Founder of Weighting Comforts, a social enterprise weighted blanket company that intentionally employs refugees to help them integrate culturally.

In college he was leading digital marketing strategy sessions for Fortune 500 companies. After graduating college Josh scaled Weighting Comforts from 6 to 43 employees in 7 months and took his business from 6 to 7 figures all before turning 23.

In this episode, Josh and I chat about the importance of vulnerability and self-awareness as you're building a business and life, how to discover your core values (and how those values help you make better decisions), and why the millennial generation get's a bad rap.

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