“You should be as good at pitching your product in 30 seconds to a minute as shaking hands. And every time you shake a hand and they ask, “what do you do?” you should go into that pitch.” — Patrick Bryant, serial founder/entrepreneur and co-founder of the Harbor Entrepreneur Center
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In this video, Curt Mercadante interviews Patrick Bryant, serial entrepreneur, founder of several thriving companies, former chair of the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce, and the co-founder of the Harbor Entrepreneur Center. Curt and Patrick discuss whether people are born with an entrepreneurial mindset, or whether they are programmed during the course of their lives.
The Harbor Entrepreneur Center, located in Charleston, SC, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 2013 by two local entrepreneurs + advocates. The Center has supported more than 170 companies through our programs over the last 5 years. Our alumni have received over $5 million dollars in private sector investments. Many local businesses partner with us annually to support the growth of new companies and the continued development of Charleston’s entrepreneurial community.
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Curt Mercadante is an international speaker, trainer, and author who helps empower individuals and teams to be more purposeful, productive, and prosperous. He hosts the Freedom Mindset Radio and Team of Superheroes podcasts and is author of the Amazon Bestselling book, Five Pillars of the Freedom Lifestyle. He is a Gallup-Certified Trainer who has built three profitable businesses, including a seven-figure PR/ad agency in which he counseled some of the largest corporations and organizations in the country. Raised in the Chicago area, he and his wife, Julie, now live in Charleston, South Carolina, with their four children, when they aren’t traveling the world.