Analysis Paralysis

Analysis ParalysisEpisode 5
005 - Speaking to My Old Business Class
1x
005 - Speaking to My Old Business Class
By Alex Bass • View the Website

I was invited to an entrepreneurship class by an old professor of mine at Canisius College to talk to the students about my entrepreneurial journey and answer questions about business and starting your career after college. Should you start a business based on passion? How do you get started at all? Should you even start a business right out of college?

Broadcast by

I was invited to an entrepreneurship class by an old professor of mine at Canisius College to talk to the students about my entrepreneurial journey and answer questions about business and starting your career after college. Should you start a business based on passion? How do you get started at all? Should you even start a business right out of college?

I was invited to an entrepreneurship class by an old professor of mine at Canisius College to talk to the students about my entrepreneurial journey and answer questions about business and starting your career after college. Should you start a business based on passion? How do you get started at all? Should you even start a business right out of college?

If you aren't interested in hearing about my background (as the first episode was dedicated to that), feel free to jump ahead to the 11:30 mark.

I also recorded this speaking engagement so if you visit the Analysis Paralysis youtube channel, you can watch the video as well:

What is Analysis Paralysis?

Business process design is one of the most important aspects of scaling a business. However, it’s oftentimes overlooked by companies in the SMB space. This podcast sets out to accomplish two main things: We talk about all things process: CRM, workflow, automation, and efficiency. We chat with industry and automation experts regarding the ever-changing software landscape, and best practices you can leverage to grow your business. This is Analysis Paralysis, where we analyze so you don’t have to be paralyzed.