142 — Jessica Mah

Podcast Summary:

Refreshing. That’s what came to mind while I was interviewing Jessica for this episode. Jessica has experienced significant success with her fast-growth company, inDinero. She is just one of those down-to-earth CEOs who isn’t afraid to honestly describe the struggles we all face as we begin to scale our startups. She talks about:

  • Why she reads so many leadership books
  • How she used the power of “peer groups” to help improve her leadership abilities
  • Why she hired an executive coach
  • What led to her replacing her original startup team
  • What a challenging investor call reminded her about confidence
  • Why she wishes she was more honest with herself about the things that did not really excite her about the business.
  • …and so much more

Jessica packs in a lot of valuable insights in this short episode. Please let me know what you think.

Click to Tweet @JessicaMah, #CEO of @indinero, on how personal and professional development helped grow her business https://fromfoundertoceo.com/?p=2304


Name: Jessica Mah, Co-founder & CEO

Company: inDinero

Headquartered In: San Francisco, California

Powerful Promise of Value: inDinero provides accounting software  and service for businesses to understand, run, and grow your small business.

Jessica On The Cover Of Inc. Magazine: 

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Contacts: www.indinero.com, [email protected] (Email), @JessicaMah (Twitter)

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