Jaimee Newberry, Co-founder of Picture This Clothing

July 17th, 2018

Picture This Clothing went viral immediately. From the outside, it looked like every entrepreneur's dream. But the reality of holding together a business that just went viral is completely different. Add in the logistics of printng custom shirts on demand and fulfilling the orders, and it's not all it's cracked up to be.

Jaimee and I talk about the necessity of creating space in your life for opportunities to take hold. We explore what it's like running a fledgling business while experiencing viral growth as well as what happens after the viral growth subsides. We dive into what it's like getting viral traffic but not actually making any sales for the first week.

We also talk about the importance of launching before you're ready, validating your idea, and making sure to see projects through and not leave them unfinished.



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