New Episode of the Entrepreneurially Thinking Podcast

New Episode of the Entrepreneurially Thinking Podcast

May 10, 2019

December 31, 2020 @ 12:00 am – January 6, 2021 @ 12:00 am
New Episode of the Entrepreneurially Thinking Podcast
New  episode of  Entrepreneurially Thinking  podcast

Joining us today are Michael Fritzius, Chief Technology Officer of Arch DevOps, a software testing and automation provider who amid Covid-19, got edgy and added a few more things to the list of services the company provides. Michael, aka “Fritz” comes from a long line of “nerds” and says that he loves that he gets the chance daily to use technology while blending it with communication, relationship building, consulting, and marketing.

In this episode:

Michael explains how he entered the life of entrepreneurship. He tells us that after being let go from a contracting job he finally jumped off the cliff and submitted the application for an LLC. Michael says that entrepreneurially thinking to him means looking at the world and instead of asking why, ask why not? He says entrepreneurs are made up of the ‘stuff’ to change the world.

Michael explains what DevOps is and how the process of creating software works to design and everything in between. Michael says that he and his business partner are able to accommodate all sectors of business software and have a database of support companies to back them up.

Michael explains how as a business owner, he got edgy in the wake of covid in order to stay on top of the game. He says that his company strives to stick together with everyone who wants to succeed even in these scary times.

Michael talks about his own experience with podcasting and talks to us about his very own show titled “The Hot Mic @ Arch DevOps”. He says that when he originally started his show that he set out to talk just about DevOps to automation as the sole presenter, but soon realized that there was a need to invite others to speak as well.

Michael discusses life lessons- everything from a cancer diagnosis to being a father of four girls and being an entrepreneur. He says that he is thankful for his supporters and for learning the entrepreneurial processes.

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