TMBA439: Five Takeaways From Our Event In Austin

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On today’s show, Dan and Ian are going to be sharing some of their thoughts about the event they recently hosted in Austin, Texas.

Approximately 100 internet entrepreneurs got together to attend DC Austin. They took part in workshops and mastermind groups with other entrepreneurs, sharing and learning about the next steps in their entrepreneurial journey, meeting old friends and making new ones.

In this week’s episode, Dan and Ian are going to talk about the things they learned from that event, what the current entrepreneurial climate looks like, what is changing, and what opportunities exist for listeners of this show.


Listen to this week’s show and learn:

  • What the word ‘Entrepreneur’ means to us. (5:16)
  • The trouble with the ten-year career path. (10:07)
  • Why more and more people are worried about platform vulnerability. (14:18)
  • What sets Austin, Texas apart from other entrepreneurial cities in America. (23:19)
  • What happens when institutional money starts flowing into the lifestyle business sector. (31:52)

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