TMBA 414: 5 Days in Thailand

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Today Dan and Ian are going to be talking about their biggest long weekend of the year.

They are fresh off the heels of DCBKK, the annual event that they host in Bangkok for entrepreneurs and members of The Dynamite Circle.

Hundreds of them, many of whom are listeners of this show, migrate to Southeast Asia in October to attend. They do so with the intention of focusing their time and energy on improving their businesses, hanging out with others doing the same and also having fun in the great city of Bangkok.

In this week’s episode, our hosts will be sharing their five biggest takeaways from this year’s conference. You’ll also hear them talk about what makes a profitable event and how they are planning on ramping things up for 2018.

Transcript

Listen to this week’s show and learn:

  • The true value of meetups. (6:50)
  • One of the major themes at this year’s conference. (12:01)
  • What it means to have a “high quality problem.” (15:24)
  • How we have built relationships with sponsors for our events and for this podcast. (20:18)
  • What happens when entrepreneurs “grow up”. (34:30)

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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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Published on 11.09.17

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