More Than a Major
April 12, 2021 3:23 pm
The Florida International University Honors College is not your regular Honors College. We pride ourselves in providing an interdisciplinary education and experience that help students find their passions, excel in their academics, and become better people by exploring ideas outside of their majors. We help our students become more than just their major. This podcast will comprise of many informal conversations with current students, alumni, and community partners of the Honors College where we will discuss interesting new ideas, offer advice, and learn about each other in a deeper way!
Have you wondered how to set-up your own online business? Do you want to know what it takes to be an e-commerce entrepreneur?
Make sure to check out this episode where we talk all about e-commerce and how easy it can be to start your own online business with FIU Honors Alumnus, Walter Gonzalez Jr., CEO of GOJA (e-Commerce business and one of the largest Amazon sellers in the WOLRD).
On this episode we discuss how Walter got started on his entrepreneurship journey with GOJA, how he chose products to start selling online, what it takes to start an e-commerce business, what it means to be an entrepreneur, and why you should think about selling products your passionate about TODAY!
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