Minority Entrepreneur Success, With Albert Williams

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on September 4, 2018 0 Comments

According to the Small Business Administration, there are over 30 million small businesses in the United States.

Out of that number, roughly 8 million are owned by a minority. But that number is on the rise.

Adam’s guest, Albert Williams is no stranger to the world of entrepreneurialism. After watching his mother struggle with 2 jobs working countless hours, Albert grew up to become a serial entrepreneur with a proven ability to grow a business.

In this episode, you will discover:

  • Why Albert considers it his responsibility to give back, coaching minorities with entrepreneurial aspirations to realize their dreams;
  • What it means to be a minority entrepreneur in America;
  • Why investing in your own personal development should take top priority in your life as an entrepreneur;
  • And much more.

Whether you are a minority or not, if you are in business, you don’t want to miss this episode.

About This Guest: ()

Born in Kingston, Jamaica to a single mother, Albert Williams grew up in the Bronx. Motivated by the countless hours his mother worked to create a better life for him and his siblings, Albert grew up to hold several jobs in both the public and private sectors while all at the same time owning and operating several of his own businesses. This serial entrepreneur with a proven ability to grow a business now teaches others through his Mastermind coaching. Albert considers it his responsibility to give back, coaching minorities with entrepreneurial aspirations to realize their dreams.

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