Have you ever found out that your babysitter is canceling right as you’re about to leave for an important meeting or amazing event? I know I have.
My guest on today’s show, Lynn Perkins, is solving just that problem UrbanSitter’s founder and CEO. UrbanSitter is a mobile and online service that is reinventing the way parents find trusted childcare. Lynn’s company was so successful that it grew into a national marketplace in less than a year!
Today, Lynn talks about how she quickly created brand trust with parents and catapulted UrbanSitter to major growth. She also gives us her best advice on how to fundraise, deal with a room full of male investors, handle challenges, and much more.
I think you’ll love this show! Lynn gives amazing tangible tips and advice that you don’t want to miss.
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“I have a team who I highly, highly trust. I think that hiring people who are smarter than you are is always a great thing to do.” – Lynn Perkins
- How she created brand trust quickly with parents and catapulted UrbanSitters growth in one year
- Lynn’s BEST piece of advice for women seeking funding for their big idea (she should know – – she’s raised over 40M in VC funding in the last 6 years!)
- How to handle a room full of male investors when making your pitch
- The next move she made when she realized she was on to something! (you may be very surprised!)
- Her “keep me sane” best Productivity Tips
- The 3 apps she uses daily to survive being a mom and a CEO
- How she handles CHALLENGES and what she did once when she felt like giving up
- Advice on how to handle the never ending need for CASH Flow
- Lynn’s criteria she uses to make daily decisions
- Why waiting until your idea is perfect is a recipe for disaster
- Her SuperPower and how its supported her all her life
“Everyone can see opportunity in dollar signs. So start with the dollar signs and then work your way backward.” – Lynn Perkins
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“I see too many entrepreneurs who have this very big vision and are waiting to make it perfect before they release it to the public. And I think that you can release things along the way and actually learn more.” – Lynn Perkins