Entrepreneur and Sleep Expert, Avi Weisfogel, Sits Down with IdeaMensch

The publication IdeaMensch has had the opportunity to sit down and interview many entrepreneurs and leaders of industry since first coming to publication. The ability to be able to pin down these often hard to reach and extremely busy people is for the betterment of all readers as the insight gained from these honest and frank conversations applies to every career path regardless of industry.


IdeamMensch latest interview with sleep expert and dental practitioner of 15 years, Avi Weisfogel, proves to be in the same spirit as all of IdeaMensch special guests posts.


Avi Weisfogel who spent the early part of his career building a dentistry practice made the full-time switch to entrepreneur to chase his dream of understanding sleep apnea and how to best correct it from the point of view of a dentist.


Speaking candidly and honestly with the investigative reporters, Avi offered an assessment of his failures and lessons learned along his path to where he is now.


Of the lessons he learned during his time as both a dentist and a business owner, Avi spoke of the ability to handle criticism while remaining humble as being paramount to success within any industry. When asked about what he learned from his biggest disappointment in business, Avi reflected on his endeavor with his sleep lab business, lamenting over going “all-in” without considering what the market actually needed. Though from those disappointments Avi gleaned lessons that he regularly applies to his life now.


The dentist turned business owner turned entrepreneur expounded upon the necessity to schedule your day and maintain that schedule. In fact, Avi felt he could not underscore the need to maintain a balanced work life using scheduling enough.


The entire article offered a rare glimpse into the world of an entrepreneur and gave all those that would like to follow in a similar path a valuable look into things not readily learned in school or from a book. Mainly that of the life lessons only learned through experience and failed attempts.


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