TMBA 668: 5 Small Ways To Go Big

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The summer of cycling and tapas in Barcelona, Spain has come to an end. Dan and Ian are back in Austin, Texas inspired by the conversations and feedback they’ve had over the past few weeks as listeners and friends have dropped by one of our favorite European cities.

One of those people is someone we’ve had on the pod before, telling the early part of his story. So much has happened in his life that we thought it was high time to catch up with him again.

Coran Woodmass’ entrepreneurial journey has spanned ecommerce, building a successful business brokerage, to multi million dollar deal maker at Billion Dollar Exits. He’s also an investor.

Today he and Dan are going to discuss ‘Five small ways to go big’. These include why it’s sometimes necessary to ‘slow down to speed up’, the power of doubling down on your core entrepreneurial skill and the power of investing for cashflow. And just a caveat: as with all discussions about investing, this is not advice, it’s just some perspectives you might want to think about (or not).

 Listen and learn:

  • The power of paying for your information
  • Why sometimes you need to slow down to speed up
  • Doubling down on your key entrepreneurial skill and why it matters
  • Think about investing sooner rather than later

Mentioned in the episode:

Before the Exit – Our New Book
Partner With Us
The Dynamite Circle
Dynamite Jobs
Post a Remote Job
Dynamite Deals
Tropical MBA on YouTube
Dynamite Jobs – Remote Recruiting Sales Page
Coran Woodmass
Billion Dollar Exits
Rob Walling
1,000 Day Principle
Jay Abraham
James Altucher
The Choose Yourself Guide to Wealth
Sara Blakely

Enjoyed this podcast? Check out these:

TMBA 248: The “Steak Dinner Problem” and Polyphasic Productivity
TMBA283: Ways the Wealthy Do it Differently
TMBA596: What’s Really Stopping You From Achieving Wealth?

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