Carolyn Rodz is the founder of Alice, a digital ecosystem providing universal access to business solutions, innovative technology, and educational programming. A strong advocate for entrepreneurship (including immigrant entrepreneurship), Carolyn joins the show today to discuss how she became an entrepreneur herself and how she hopes to help others do the same.
Listen in as she explains what it was like growing up between Bolivia and the United States, as well as why she thinks growing up between two cultures has shaped her mind in a different way. You’ll learn how her company is helping every business in a unique way, how she defines success, and more.
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What You'll Learn In Today's Episode:
- An overview of Carolyn's career.
- What it was like for her growing up between Bolivia and the United States.
- Why she left investment banking.
- What success looks like to her.
- Her worst financial decision.
- Why personal passion is so important.
Ideas Worth Sharing:
“I looked at a lot of my friends and a lot of them grew up in environments like that, where they had one side of the family in one culture and the other side in another, and I think it does just shape your mind in different ways." - Carolyn Rodz
“How do we help [entrepreneurs] navigate—in a smart way—their personal path for entrepreneurship, recognizing it is very different for every individual?" - Carolyn Rodz
“I just wanted more freedom and control over my career." - Carolyn Rodz