"You have to love the process and the journey"

October 10, 2018 Mischa Von Nachtigal

This week on That Moment, we discuss the art of reinvention—how it can work, and how it can fail. First, we hear about Shyp, including from investor Hunter Walk of Homebrew Ventures. It’s a conversation about how this one business missed an opportunity to change their model and survive.

Next our host Doree Shafrir talks to Jesse Genet of Lumi about how a very public failure on the TV show Shark Tank led this entrepreneur to dust herself off, rethink her startup, and reap some hefty rewards.

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About That Moment

There are moments in life when everything changes. Today, relationships, industries, and technologies are changing faster than ever before. When and how do people recognize these disrupting moments before it’s too late, and more importantly, what do they do about it? Welcome to That Moment, a podcast about pivotal moments, where fear, uncertainty, and excitement come to a boiling point, and you are faced with a decision: Do I make a change?  That Moment is produced by Pivotal, a company that believes when change is the only constant, people and businesses must be built to adapt.

Season 2 of That Moment is produced by Little Everywhere.

 

About the Author

Mischa Von Nachtigal

Mischa Von Nachtigal runs editorial and social media at Pivotal.

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