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Today, Aaryn & Brandon sit down with Travis Stoliker. Travis is a life-long entrepreneur and a genuinely amazing human.
Starting his entrepreneurial journey at a young age running a paper route, he’s been building on the foundation of his entrepreneurial mindset since he was 12.
Travis’s professional life started at TechSmith Corporation, where he was a software product marketing manager, eventually making the jump to Liquid Web. Liquid Web was a startup in Lansing that was acquired in 2015. Travis spent almost 10 years there diligently working to grow their sales and marketing channels.
Today, Travis is an integral member of the Greater Lansing community. In 2015, Travis and his business partner, Matt Gillet, co-founded Saddleback BBQ, an authentic southern BBQ restaurant with two locations, in REO Town and Okemos.
Interested in the books talked about today? Learn more below:
- Don't Bullsh*t Yourself: Crush The Excuses That Are Holding You Back, by Jon Taffer
- Delivering Happiness, by Tony Hsieh
- Complexity: The Emerging Science at the Edge of Order and Chaos, by M. Mitchel Waldrop, Mikael Naramore, et al.
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