Being an entrepreneur is incredibly rewarding. There is nothing like being your own boss and calling the shots. There is little in this world that gives you the feeling that comes from building your own successful business.
But at times being an entrepreneur can feel like being the only person on a deserted island. The loneliness that comes with being an entrepreneur can be overwhelming – especially when things go sideways and there is no one there to lean on.
@jstorres lots of helpful content Jesse. Much appreciated
— Eddie Pinero (@EddiePinero2) November 20, 2015
Entrepreneur Hideout was launched to create a retreat for entrepreneurs. Entrepreneur Hideout is a safe haven where entrepreneurs can go to find answers to questions that may be keeping them in the weeds and unable to execute on their plans. Entrepreneur Hideout provides the support and guidance that entrepreneurs need to maintain healthy and successful businesses.
The articles, videos and advice provided at Entrepreneur Hideout are practical and actionable. Theory is kept to a minimum, with a focus on providing knowledge that can be applied immediately. Entrepreneur Hideout encourages interaction and the exchange of information and ideas among visitors.
Jesse Torres is the editor and curator of Entrepreneur Hideout. Jesse began his entrepreneurial career in high school in the mid 1980s. Jesse cut his teeth with a mail order computer and software business. After college Jesse entered corporate America but he kept his entrepreneurial spirit alive through various ecommerce businesses.
Ultimately Jesse decided to make the leap to full-time entrepreneurship with BOLDFACE, the world’s only maker of customized on-demand backpacks and guitar bags. BOLDFACE, the brain child of Jesse’s fraternity brother Randy Fenton, is run and operated by Jesse and Randy in Los Angeles, California.
@jstorres Great article Jesse, any inspiration is good! 🙂
— AutoCertify (@AutoCertify) November 18, 2015
Entrepreneur Hideout is Jesse’s contribution to the warrior entrepreneur community. The content in Entrepreneur Hideout takes Jesse’s personal experiences as well as those shared with him by successful entrepreneurs during his CNBC radio show and as part of his Entrepreneur.com contributions. Entrepreneur Hideout welcomes submissions by other entrepreneurs that wish to share their experience and expertise with the entrepreneur community. Those interested in contributing can contact Entrepreneur Hideout at Info [at] EntrepreneurHideout.com.