This Entrepreneur Quit His Job to Start a Company -- Any Company -- After He Held an iPhone for the First Time. Now His Weight Loss App Has 30 Million Users.

Lose It! founder Charles Teague explains why it's better to base a business on big trends.
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Charles Teague is the CEO and founder of Lose It!, a weight loss community for inspiration, guidance, support and challenges. He sold his first company to Microsoft and was skeptical about the mobile world until he held his first iPhone in 2008. That is the moment he realized he needed to be an advocate for mobile. Fast forward to today Lose It! has over 30 million users with a small team of 20 individuals. Click play to learn how Teague can manage a small core team with millions of users in this episode of Resilience

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