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Arree Chung

Arree Chung is an illustrator, children's book author and creative entrepreneur. He’s also a member of The Futur Pro Group.But more importantly, he’s a shining example of how to find the silver lining in a bad situation. Like say, a pandemic.

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Starting a business during a pandemic (Part 1)

Arree Chung is an illustrator, children's book author and creative entrepreneur. He’s also a member of The Futur Pro Group.

But more importantly, he’s a shining example of how to find the silver lining in a bad situation. Like say, a pandemic.

It’s no mystery why businesses across the planet have been decimated. And our guest is no exception. But what he does excel at, especially during these miserable times, is pivoting his way out of it.

Arree’s remarkable story comes with many twists, turns and tough life lessons. Like leaving a salary of $120K a year to pursue happiness that only pays $30K. All while shouldering hundreds of thousand of dollars in tuition debt.

But like we said, there is a silver lining. Which is why he now happily pays $8K/month in Zoom bills. And he does it debt free. Is that enough mystery for you? We think so.

You’ll have to listen to this two part episode to really appreciate it what that means.

Thank you to Gusto for sponsoring this episode.

Dec 16

Starting a business during a pandemic (Part 1)

Why Arree walked away from a $120K salary.

Arree Chung is an illustrator, children's book author and creative entrepreneur. He’s also a member of The Futur Pro Group.

But more importantly, he’s a shining example of how to find the silver lining in a bad situation. Like say, a pandemic.

It’s no mystery why businesses across the planet have been decimated. And our guest is no exception. But what he does excel at, especially during these miserable times, is pivoting his way out of it.

Arree’s remarkable story comes with many twists, turns and tough life lessons. Like leaving a salary of $120K a year to pursue happiness that only pays $30K. All while shouldering hundreds of thousand of dollars in tuition debt.

But like we said, there is a silver lining. Which is why he now happily pays $8K/month in Zoom bills. And he does it debt free. Is that enough mystery for you? We think so.

You’ll have to listen to this two part episode to really appreciate it what that means.

Thank you to Gusto for sponsoring this episode.

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Greg Gunn

Greg Gunn is an illustrator, animator and creative director in Los Angeles, CA. He loves helping passionate people communicate their big ideas in fun and exciting ways.

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Why Arree walked away from a $120K salary.

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