Dan Henry started out his entrepreneurial journey by deciding that delivering pizzas for $8/hour for a jerk boss wasn’t what he wanted to do. He knew working for someone else wasn’t what he wanted to do with his life, so he quit and decided to become his own boss in his early twenties. After some trial and error with a few ventures like an online blog, then even nightclub ownership, Dan realized what all his endeavors had in common that he was good at: advertising. He understood that no matter what business he had tried his hand at, even if they failed, the digital advertisement and marketing element was always strong under his management. He had cracked the code for a newly valuable skill that many others would pay through the nose to understand. So Dan decided to create an advertisement agency development coaching program, which combined his two loves: advertisement and helping teach others. Now a boy from Chicago who was delivering pizza’s for minimum wage is running a $5 million dollar online business.