Success Stories: We’re looking for Key Moves

Everyone says you can learn from failure. True. But you can also learn from success. And that’s why we created “Key Moves.”

Perhaps you’ve heard how we feature success stories on our 1-minute StartupNation radio spots airing all over the U.S. (they’re called “Key Moves for Success.”) We also feature them on our website–you’ve probably read their stories.

And the upcoming Key Moves features will include people like Jonathon Conant who founded Trapeze School of New York and has taught 25,000 people how to fly, Nick Zwinmurn who founded Zappos and sells 300,000 pairs of shoes each month, and Sara Blakely who invented Spanx footless panty hose and now earns $20 million annually.

The list goes on, from ex-silicon-valley-executives-turned-yoga-entrepreneurs to college best friends who got an SBA loan and created high-end clothes detergents that are selling in 4 countries.

We’re on the prowl for great stories that we can all learn from–people who’ve achieved a level of success we’d all love to call our own!

Do you know of an amazing entrepreneur we should feature at StartupNation? Whether they’re already in the spotlight or still obscure, we want your ideas!!!

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