Josh Packard is a sociologist who studies institutional
participation in America at the University of Northern Colorado. He
focuses on religious, professional and voluntary associations. He
is a sought after speaker and trainer for corporate, religious and
non-profit organizations. His research has appeared in numerous
academic and trade publications, and he is the author, with
Ashleigh Hope, of Church Refugees.
Josh is also the head of the Social Research Lab at the university.
It is though this role that he gets to merge his academic career
with his entrepreneurial side.
In this episode Josh shares his journey to being both a researcher
and an entrepreneur and gives valuable advice for anyone who wants
to be more entrepreneurial in a more traditional job
Direct download: CTED_172.mp3
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