Imagine spending ten years of your life building a $1 billion company with your husband only to be shut out of the company when the laws that govern your industry change.
Now imagine what your next step would be after that roller-coaster of emotion. My guess is that not many of us would immediately dive into another start-up.
But that’s exactly what my guest, Lesley Eccles, did. After founding and growing FanDuel for 10 years she realized that what got her through those turbulent times is relationships. It’s also relationships that define success for her.
All of this led to Lesley’s new start-up, Relish, which is the world’s first personal trainer for your relationships.
Give this episode a listen to hear Lesley’s story and learn more about the power of relationships in the workplace.
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“What success looks like for me is relationships.”
Lesley is a serial entrepreneur and startup advisor. She was previously the co-founder and head of marketing at FanDuel and is currently the Founder and CEO of Relish, the first-ever relationship training app.