Episode 65 - Shifting from a Million Dollar Screen Printing Business to Developing and Selling a Product
Join Andrew Lees, Clint McPherson, and their guest Rob Kessler as they speak about the effects of trust on people and their work, braving and putting faith in ideas, and the company Rob built after transitioning from a million-dollar screen printing business. Rob’s journey is an excellent example of how our frustrations show us what we can work on. True enough, the same applies to why Rob started Million Dollar Collar. In this episode, he tells us the design, perfection, and patenting process of the product and how their brand is about customer satisfaction and making things as easy as possible for every transaction.
In this episode you will learn:
- How trust affects connection and quality of work.
- The Invention Process – Before Million Dollar Collar.
- Making the product adaptable and practical for every wear.
- “It is always longer than you think…”
- A piece of advice to live by.
- …and so much more.
About Rob Kessler:
The inventor of Million Dollar Collar and the 1st Shirt Designed to be Worn Tieless.
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