Brodie Tyler is your quintessential serial entrepreneur. At the young age of 13 he had found a way to lease space at a strip mall to sell wooden shelves he had made in his garage. That was just the beginning, and true to many who ride the entrepreneurial rollercoaster, Brodie Tyler has had many highs and low in business, but has never thought of doing anything else. It’s who he his.
From right here in Idaho, Brodie has helped hundreds of businesses from all over the world benefit from inbound marketing through his company, Inbound Systems Inc, and he is also the founder of Review Jump, which is a software company that helps businesses of all types collect more reviews from their customers. Success always leaves clues, so I asked Brodie to share some of his biggest mistakes and lessons learned from his entrepreneurial journey.
Here are some the insights Brodie shared:
- The advantage of being raised in an entrepreneurial household
- Why college was never the right fit for Brodie
- The curse of the serial entrepreneur
- Starting a SaaS (software as a service) company with no programming experience
- The most common mistake of entrepreneurs – fear of delegating
- Making investments in systems and infrastructure