Brand New Interview: Featuring Ralph Slaske

Right when I begin to think being asked into an interview with couldn’t be more exciting and I couldn’t be more honored, I am then asked in for yet another interview with! Words can’t begin to express my gratitude to the fine people at who have dedicated much of their time and their lives into, obviously, inspiring their readers. The people invited in for an interview are considered to be some of the most inspirational people having taken their struggles and turned them around into victories and wants to learn more about them.

As most people have asked for, I will tell my experience with and any questions I have received will be addressed. Where to begin? First of all, the interview process isn’t at all stressful and you don’t have to know how to ace a ton of nearly impossible questions. The questions are about you and what you have accomplished. They are interested in who you are and what you have done. Where asked me different questions dealing in different areas that were scattered around different topics, was very focused on me and my business, Slaske Building Company, which thankfully is a topic I know so much about!

As I have mentioned before, individuals who have done what others dream of, such as starting a business or even conquering poverty and homelessness and have a story of a victorious battle against the odds of this world are usually the ones calls into interview. While I didn’t have a super impressive story, I have a super impressive business that was started from the ground up and it showed everyone that if it is possible for me, it can be possible for you. This was good enough for the fine folks at

As for questions about the interview, the most interesting question I have received was, “What was your favorite question had to ask?” It was a simple answer. My favorite question was, “What is the most important lesson you have learned as an entrepreneur?” The reason why this is my favorite question was because it asked me what I learned. When I would get in trouble as a child, I would be punished and near the end of the day, my dad would ask me, “What have you learned?” He knew that if I didn’t know, there would be a great chance that I would need to be disciplined again because I didn’t understand why I was punished and I never learned anything. In the same sense, the lessons I have learned as an entrepreneur serve as wisdom for anyone else. It is, to me, a high honor when asked what I have learned just as has asked. It tells me they are interested in my knowledge and they look up to me as a business professional.