As an entrepreneur, it is one thing to build a company but quite another to manage its transition into other hands. In a recent interview with Authority magazine, Miles Nadal, Peerage Founder and Executive Chairman, explained his mindset on this issue:
I have been a serial entrepreneur for my entire career. As a kid, I talked my parents into buying me a camera which I then used to take pictures at summer camps and kids’ sports events. From there, I went on to photograph sports celebrities like Wayne Gretzky and other stars. Wayne liked my work so much that I became his official photographer.
By the time I was 22, I had the confidence and the experience to start my own photography business. I’ve bought and sold and grown several companies over 43 years and the thrill is still there every day.