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How Does Your Family and Upbringing Define Your Entrepreneurial Style?

Alex Wehrley talks about how her background made her what she is today.
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In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Venturer spotlights television host Alex Wehrley. Wehrley speaks about her family, growing up in a "cookie-cutter" suburb, and how her background has helped to shape her as an entrepreneur and businesswoman today.

Specifically, Wehrley cites her late grandmother as inspiration, who was bold, brash and unafraid of other people's opinions. She combined her inspiration with the passion she had cultivated as a child -- a passion in people and their stories -- and has used that background to turn herself into what she is today.

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