Starting young with entrepreneurship while leads to the creation of profitable businesses that are fair to both the company and the customers.

In this episode, Steve, Mary, Richard, and David Schottenstein discuss:
How Astor & Black started
The investments that David made after selling Astor & Black
What inspired him to create Viewabill and what led to him despising the company
The art behind naming a business and the design of a product

Key Takeaways:
Rome wasn’t built in a day and successful people are willing to do the things that unsuccessful people are unwilling to do.
After selling a company, consider immediately investing in small businesses
Source high quality materials and sell them at a reasonable price
Be willing to make less in order to charge a fair price.