Are you unwilling to settle? Do you go against the tide? Are you ready to take chances? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you may be ready for the C-Suite. While there are some clear and innate qualities that most C-level execs possess, there is also a learning curve. Time spent in the trenches, cultivating skills, honing talents and strategizing. This week's guest of our "advice from a young cfo" video episode of the CFO Weekly Podcast, Dustin Prager, CPA, was unwilling to settle, went against the tide and was not afraid to take chances. He decided what he wanted, assessed the landscape and boldly laid out his expectations. He is now the CFO at Olympic Companies, Inc. at a pretty young age. We sat down together to discuss some of the successes and challenges he faced along the way and his thoughts on what it’s like sitting in the CFO chair. Wherever you are in your career, this conversation will bring value and insight. Join us! Click to learn more.
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