Jeff Hall never had a choice but to become an entrepreneur. At age 7 he sold candy because money meant escaping his life of poverty and neglect. At age 13, he acquired a reputation as a computer nerd at school quite by accident and began working on his school’s computers. At the age of fifteen, Jeff started his business in order to save his family from being evicted, and at age 17 was lying about his age to get the commercial lease for his first office. 23 years later built up Overflow café helping small businesses become popular online.
It was fantastic to chat with Jeff and learn about his journey. Bottom line is Jeff loves to help people, and give back! Jeff dives deep into what it was like as born in South Africa very poor with dirt floors and no electricity then moving to Canada at age 4, seeing snow for the first time, a television and crosswalks.
In this interview we give you the inside scoop from direct experience so you can avoid the obvious potholes we stepped into. I’ve coached many of my clients through the process of scaling their businesses for growth and how to avoid common mistakes that I went through it myself.
In this Episode you’ll discover:
Here’s the full interview enjoy!
Contact Details: Jeff Hall
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