Dojour isn’t exactly Conor O’Phelan’s first rodeo, though the inspiration for it came from a key lesson of his inaugural ride:
“The more you do this startup stuff, the more you realize how important it is to really be inspired, and we found more of it in the pursuit of this,” he says, contrasting Dojour to his previous pursuit, CourseBeyond.
While CourseBeyond is fully functioning software supported by paying customers, turns out it wasn’t as meaningful as initially thought.
“Helping people get out in the world and do the things that make them happy, that is what we’re about as people and entrepreneurs,” he elaborates with a nod to his brother turned business partner Timmer O’Phelan.
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