Dino Dogan grew up in the middle of the Bosnia War and fled with a backpack, expecting to be away from home only a few days. Twenty years later he lives in the United States and is an entrepreneur, blogger, and podcaster.
In this episode of A Congruent Life, Dino shares about:
- his life as a teen in Bosnia during the war,
- becoming a refugee, and taking trains to Sweden without knowing if they would be allowed to cross the border,
- the corporate work that sustained him early in his career,
- wanting to grow in new ways in becoming an entrepreneur,
- the important lessons he learned from failed businesses,
- the value of a partner to balance his weaknesses and strengths,
- the key learning that desire is necessary but not sufficient to accomplish a big goal, and
- how all of this has informed his core beliefs about business and the world.