This post was originally published in April, but since I really liked the interview with my dad, I'm publishing it again!

I had the opportunity to interview my father, Joe Costa, for a class I’m taking at UGA on starting a business. The class is through the Terry Entrepreneurship Program, and I’m taking it as a cognate course for my masters. While I’m one of the few students who is not working towards an MBA, I’ve found the class to be interesting, and I’ve learned a lot from Professor Chris Hanks, who is the program director. For our class specialization project, my group investigated entrepreneurial leadership, and that’s the topic I discuss in this podcast with my father. He has been an entrepreneur for 30 years, the last 28 as the owner of Joe Costa & Associates. Take a few minutes to listen to what he has to say.