Dan and Ian

TMBA516: Dan and Ian: The Full Backstory. Part 2

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In last week's episode, we took a look at the early days of Dan and Ian 's relationship and the circumstances that led to their business partnership.

Today's podcast is the second part of that series, and it's all about the next chapter.

In this episode, you'll hear how Dan and Ian bought their business partner out of their product company, the origins of this podcast, how they started their membership community The Dynamite Circle, and much more.

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TMBA515: Dan and Ian: The Full Backstory. Part 1

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In the ten years that Dan and Ian have been recording this podcast, the number one thing that they hear from listeners is that they want to know more about their story.

Today's episode is the first part of a two-part documentary series where Dan and Ian open up about their own personal history.

In this episode, you will hear why they each decided to move to San Diego, California, the circumstances that led to their meeting, how they became friends, and ultimately how they decided to become business partners.

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TMBA514: Mailbag: The Complexity of Cashflow

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One of Dan and Ian's favorite things to do is to reach into the mailbag to answer questions from listeners of this show and today they are doing just that.

On this week's podcast, you'll hear answers to listener-submitted questions on a variety of topics including how to think about cash flow in your business, what makes a good entrepreneurmobile in 2019, and more.

Stick around until the end of the episode for an in-depth update on Dynamite Deals.

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TMBA513: How To Get Rich Without Getting Lucky

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A few weeks ago, Dan and Ian invited Nick Huber on to the show to talk about his storage business Storage Squad.

During that conversation, Nick shared the story of how he built a successful "old school" business by applying his technical knowledge to a less competitive market.

After we stopped recording, that conversation took an interesting turn when Nick started opening up to us about his philosophy for building labor-intensive businesses that he likes to call "Sweaty Startups".

On today's podcast, we've invited Nick back to share some of those philosophies, with a focus on the types of business models that he is attracted to, as well as the ones that he isn't particularly fond of.

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