How Alcohol Helped This Entrepreneur Make the Leap and Start a Business

It can be scary to leave behind what's comfortable and try something new, but it's also worth it.

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Entrepreneur Network partner Venturer sits down with Alex Brown, the co-founder of Dollar Beard Club, which sells monthly memberships for beard oil deliveries. It took courage to step out of his comfort zone and try something he was passionate about. For a moment, Brown wasn't sure he could go through with it. 

In this video, though, Brown explains how a little liquid courage helped him decide to go forward with the big idea and why now he is happy he did so.

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