Sujan Patel on “Living Life to the Fullest” with Stefan Whitwell on “CELEBRATE…”

Sujan Patel on “Living Life to the Fullest” with Stefan Whitwell on “CELEBRATE…”

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Sujan owns Mail Shake, Ramp Ventures, ZoomShift and other SAAS companies. He is probably one of the most notable owners | CEOs on his ability to balance his personal and work life. In addition to being a successful owner, he is also a husband and a devoted father. In this episode, he talks about the skydiving incident that helped him rethink business failures, the motivation he feels from the challenges of survival, and how he manages to live life to the fullest , while having to juggle so many companies.

“I found out early on that I just enjoy solving problems. So as long as I’m in a role or function, or as long as I’m constantly challenged by what the company does, I don’t care what kind of company it is. I just want to solve one problem, but what I love more than problems is money,” says Sujan Patel, owner of Mail Shake, Ramp Ventures, ZoomShift and other SAAS companies. As a serial entrepreneur, Sujan has learned a lot about how to build and scale a successful business. Today Sujan talks to host Stefan Whitwell about his professional journey, when to #FollowYourHeart and the importance of #LifeWorkBalance.

Listen to Stefan Whitwell’s full podcast interview with Sujan Patel on your favorite podcast channel.

In this podcast, Stefan Whitwell reveals:

  • What brought Sujan to the SAAS industry?

  • How to celebrate wins with a fully remote team

  • How a love of learning and problem solving inspired Sujan to keep challenging herself

  • How failing skydiving changed Sujan’s attitude towards failure in business

  • How to deal with analysis paralysis

  • How to give yourself permission to follow your heart

Headshot by Sujan Patel, owner of Mail Shake, Ramp Ventures, ZoomShift and others!
Sujan Patel, owner of Mail Shake, Ramp Ventures, ZoomShift and more!

Podcast Quotes:

  • “I’ve seen many different business models, and the ones that were most profitable and generated the highest ROI for the teams involved were software.” (3:52-4:03 | Sujan)

  • “What I really love about the way we run each and every company is…

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