Oct 2, 2018
Nathan Resnick is a sourcing pro and the founder of Sourcify. He has built multiple ecommerce companies, 7-figure Kickstarter projects, and speaks fluent Mandarin. Sourcify is the fastest growing sourcing platform backed by YCombinator that helps hundreds of companies manufacture products around the world. Nathan even managed to get a cease and desist from Connor McGregor, yes, the UFC competitor.
What does it take to weather the storm of adversity and personal loss to come out the other side ready to build a business? Most people don’t have what it takes to start a business under the best circumstances let alone personal and professional losses! On this episode of Inspired Insider, you’ll hear from business leader and entrepreneur, Nathan Resnick. In his conversation with Jeremy, Nathan opens up about co-founder backing out of the business, struggling with the loss of his grandmother, professional milestones in business, legally wrestling with Connor McGregor, and much more! Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from Nathan’s fascinating story!
How would you respond if you had a close family member pass away and had a business partner back out of your startup plans on the same day? Sounds like too much for anyone to endure! Somehow, through all the pain and adversity, Nathan Resnick went on to start Sourcify and grow it to one of the most successful sourcing platforms backed by YCombinator that helps hundreds of companies manufacture products around the world. Nathan looks back at those early days of adversity and is thankful that he found the strength to push through the pain, due in large part to what he knew his grandmother would have wanted him to do. What can you learn from Nathan’s story?
What fires you up about the work you do? Does your business provide a service or product that helps people? Are you able to use your business to fund your passion projects? Nathan Resnick’s work with his organization, Sourcify is his passion project! They are able to help ecommerce leaders all over the world follow their dreams by bringing a product they’ve dreamed of to the marketplace. Nathan takes great joy in his ability to maintain a powerhouse of a platform for creativity. Don’t waste your time doing something you can’t be proud of, make sure to connect your passion to your work.