TMBA421: The 7 Stages of Entrepreneurship

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Dan and Ian are in a reflective mood this week.

2017 has been a memorable year for the TropicalMBA, and we thought it would be fun to revisit some of our favorite episodes.

We’ll be sharing some classic moments, as well as returning to key conversations with our guests, in a discussion we’ve called the “7 Stages of Entrepreneurship”.

These 7 stages are bridges that every entrepreneur will eventually cross on their journey.

Stick around after the credits for a very special collection of TropicalMBA outtakes and bloopers from 2017.

To all of our listeners: We wish you a very happy holiday and a fantastic new year.

Transcript

Listen to this week’s show and learn:

  • What it means to have a “Saturday Morning Side Hustle”. (2:20)
  • Thoughts on how to increase your productivity in 2017. (12:06)
  • The benefits of hiring a stay-at-home mom. (20:42)
  • What it really means to own your mistakes. (27:00)
  • A compilation of TropicalMBA outtakes from 2017. (38:25)

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Thanks for listening to our show! We’ll be back next Thursday morning 8AM EST. Cheers, Dan & Ian

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