PART 8: EMBRACING CHANGE
Entrepreneurs need to keep their head on a swivel in order to stay ahead of the curve. But how do you balance flexibility with the consistency and reliability you need to build trust with your customers?
Our local entrepreneurs seem to agree that change is inevitable, so you might as well use it as an opportunity to propel your business to greater heights. Listen and learn how you can use change to your advantage.
Helms is the owner of Soma Therapy and Counseling, as well as a licensed clinical marriage and family therapist who focuses on treating eating disorders and healing relational trauma. Soma serves as holistic mental health practice with two locations in Wichita.
Krizek is the founder and CEO of Voltage, a Bitcoin infrastructure provider that allows companies to use Bitcoin and the Lightning Network in a faster, more scalable way. As one of the first movers in this space, he excited be on the front end of this new frontier.
Wolff is both an entrepreneur and intrapreneur. He is one of the founders of Ad Astra Medical Devices, a company that is commercializing a single patient stethoscope. Wolff also works in business development for IdeaTek, a fiber optic internet provider focused on internet freedom for all.
As an added bonus, we've included extra insight from our entrepreneurs:
We don’t take failures personally. When you take your ego out of things, you're able to actually pivot and grow.Jenny Helms - Soma Therapy
You have to be flexible in the way you operate, the way you think and the way that you approach problems because the problems are always changing. Which means the solutions are always changing. Graham Krizek - Voltage
I have observed that really successful people increase their surface area for luck. You do that by opening yourself up to the possibilities of change and connecting with a lot of people.Ben Wolff - Ad Astra Medical Devices