LISTEN: #BestPartJob Podcast Ep11: “I’m Comfortable Not Having All The Answers” – @williamtincup

Key Interval Research Co-Founder, William Tincup, shares his career story. In this episode, William shares his career journey including Walmart’s managerial track, eight years of college and three degrees, how long it takes to learn a new industry, what it’s like to sell a company, agency life mirroring Led Zeppelin, how he came together with John Sumser to launch Key Interval, mapping the universe, calling bullshit on analyst cons, Lewis and Clark, good buyouts + bad buyouts, business partnerships as marriages, HR tech companies he finds interesting, calling BS on “culture fit”, the fallacy of authenticity, Fatherhood, and what happened to the TC clothing line.

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