“Success” isn’t always what it’s cracked up to be.
On today’s episode, we are talking about five specific downsides to success.
These aren’t necessarily strategic elements, as much as they are about the mindset of success.
You’ll hear about some of the common traps that successful entrepreneurs often find themselves in, and how success itself can actually become a competitive disadvantage.
Listen to this week’s show and learn:
- How success can give us “Rose Colored Glasses”. (2:46)
- The difference between “sugar” and “vegetables” when it comes to your business. (6:10)
- How “Bloodsuckers” can drain you of your time, resources, and energy. (12:12)
- Why success can sometimes leaving us struggling to find meaning. (16:15)
- The dangers of living in a bubble. (20:12)
Mentioned in the episode:
- Before the Exit – Our New Book
- TMBA Masterminds
- Sponsor the TMBA Podcast
- The Dynamite Circle
- The DC Podcast
- Help Us Choose a New Name for the TropicalMBA Podcast
- DC BKK
- Dynamite Jobs
- Paul Graham
- The Myth of Sisyphus by Albert Camus
This week’s sponsor:
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