Million-dollar business owner Brian Milauskas from Kidstock! Theater gives valuable insights that he’s gained in 30 years of business (and surviving two recessions) on how you can release control and stop viewing your business as your baby.
Listen and you’ll learn:
- Allow your business to have some freedom – let go.
- Redefine your relationship with your business will help you to lead yourself first
- The difference between responsiveness and responsibility and how this will help you let go and let others help you
- Not leading yourself first and holding on to tasks/responsibilities so tightly is holding your business back
- Cultivation trust and comfortably stand and have faith in your gut.
- Control can be a noun or a verb – and what that looks like in business.
Listen to our entire interview here:
Since working with Hanneke, Brian has completely revamped his business and team structure and as result, he set his business up to shield Kidstock! From future recessions.
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Brian is the founding creative director of Kidstock! Creative Theater.
He is a lifelong resident of Winchester, a graduate of Tufts University, and occasionally a florist/special events designer. His past directing and design credits include work with the Boston Children’s Theatre, the Winchester Cooperative Theater, and the Lyric Stage Company in Boston where he produced the family theater series “Once Upon A Time with Kidstock!”
Brian directed 15 productions at Winchester High School over more than 10 years including an award-winning production of Taming of the Shrew. His Director/Designer credits at NDT include You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, Little Shop of Horrors, Lettice & Lovage, Into the Woods, 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (IRNE nomination), Lend Me A Tenor, Steel Magnolias, 9-5, Sunset Blvd, The Cemetery Club, Next to Normal, Gypsy, God of Carnage & A Little Night Music.