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Today’s guest is someone who we really resonate with, who embodies the term, “spark in our lives” with her journey, Lindsey Lerner. Lindsey is a founder and business development expert, with a passion for community building and social entrepreneurship.
Often called a human Swiss army knife by friends and colleagues, Lindsey excels at developing partnerships, brand alliances, and collaborative efforts.
Lindsey lives and runs her business by the principle that art is a business and business is an art and believes that ethics in business and leadership are crucial to success in business.
We loved that a few years ago, Lindsey went against the grain and outfitted a van, which she was able to travel the US in, in order to live simply and experience more life.
We chat with Lindsey Lerner about:
- Where does her nickname, “Human Swiss Army Knife” come from?
- How her start-up journey began, and lessons learned along the way.
- Tour managing, the Vans Warped Tour to Van-life!
- Why & how Lindsey started “Cost of the Status Quo” and what that means.
- The advice she has for us to break the status quo in our own lives.
- Lindsey Lerner answers our “Fast Five” questions and the most important question, “What does a life well lived mean to you?”
- You can find Cost of the Status Quo here and more about Lindsey here.
- Follow Lindsey Lerner on Instagram and Cost of the Status Quo on Instagram.
- Check out her podcast, Cost of the Status Quo here.
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