Monday, July 4, 2022

Interview with Adam Dudley, Serial Entrepreneur, Investor & Financial Trader

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1. Hello Adam, can you please tell us a bit about you?
I’m a 26-year-old Serial Entrepreneur based out of Charlottesville, Virginia. And my entrepreneurship sparked when I was only 19 years old while working at a dining hall at the University Of Virginia.

2. What are your focus areas and why?
Well, I started out in e-commerce with my first business then later moved on to web development and technology with an old partner. I’m currently focused on “creative” Real Estate investment, and working to get back into web development to launch my new venture. Web development plays a big role in how I run my operations because everything I do is online. My Real Estate company will become the biggest life-changer for me financially because of it’s earning potential. I’ve always had a love for Real Estate.

3. What influences your work? What makes you want to wake up every morning?
I think everything that I’ve been through is what influenced me, it made me become more creative and open to new things. When you lack certain things that you need to help you move forward it forces you to think more creatively. It forces you to connect with people more authentically, and market your ideas more imaginatively. It forces you to be true to yourself, Every idea I came up with I needed the money to do it. If you would have asked me this same question years ago, I wouldn’t have an answer for you. I think knowing that I still have goals that need to be met is what wakes me up in the morning.

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4. Being an Entrepreneur is not an easy task, but how did you manage to work two full-time jobs while building your business?
I think this was when I first learned the word “Delegate”. When I wasn’t available to work on my projects I assigned the responsibility over to someone that I knew who could get the job done. Working two Full-time jobs was a choice. At the time I was in a relationship and needed additional income to help support her, take care of my responsibilities, and handle my business.

5. You have a great team working with you, do you hire people strictly based on their educational background or do you prefer to use a different approach?
Not necessarily just the educational background but also their experience in their fields. An educational background is important but it doesn’t really play a big part for me in the hiring process. Me being able to afford to hire someone plays the biggest part. My choice always depends on what I want to accomplish with a certain project. When I hire someone I look for someone who is a lot smarter than me.

6. Where do you think you are making an impact?
Not sure if I’m making an impact on anyone’s life at the moment. But if I am, it would probably make an impact on those who are just starting out as entrepreneurs.

7. Where do you see yourself in the next 5 years?
A. Where I want to be. I actually made a goal for myself to reach before the age of 30. I told myself, “Either make enough money to replace the current income thatI’mm receiving from my employer to make that transition, or make a million dollars. Whichever comes first, it doesn’t matter.” The goal is to retire young.

8. What can you tell young entrepreneurs who are pursuing their dreams?
Whatever dream you have that your pursuing, never give up. I believe in you. Isolate yourself from those who don’t support you or your craft, surround yourself with like-minded individuals with rich minds that can take you places who will push you to do more. If you have a strong support system behind you, that’s good use that to your advantage.

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9. What are you most excited about at the moment?
I’m excited for what’s more to come. I’m currently working on some things that will become a total life changer for me. Real Estate, web development/technology, clothing brand, and more.

10. The last word or final thoughts?
The only true failure occurs when someone doesn’t recognize the learning opportunity that every shortcoming offers.

To know more about Adam, visit:
Adam Website,
– LinkedIn.

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Noelle Elia
Noelle Elia
is a Financial analyst at PSPC. Graduated from Telfer School of Management, Finance/Accounting with interest to Entrepreneurship and New Media.
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