TMBA 659: The Power of Diversification and The Welcome End of DeFi Summer

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The TMBA ‘summer in Barcelona’ continues with a long-standing guest visiting the city, and hanging with Dan and Ian.

His name is Travis Jamison, founder of Smash Digital, an investor in numerous other companies. He’s a badass entrepreneur who exited his previous business AMZ tracker, a SaaS for Amazon sellers, for ‘a life changing’ amount of money, a story we previously told on this show.

Today he talks to Dan and Ian about choosing where to live when you stop nomading, why Travis thinks agencies are highly underrated business models, ‘Defi summer’, and lots more.

Listen to this week’s show and learn:

  • The lure of ‘DeFi summer’
  • Pros and cons of choosing where to settle after nomading
  • Why agencies are hugely underrated as business models
  • Opportunities and issues with investing in small businesses

Mentioned in the episode:

Before the Exit – Our New Book
Partner With Us
The Dynamite Circle
Dynamite Jobs
Post a Remote Job
Dynamite Deals
Tropical MBA on YouTube
Dynamite Jobs – Remote Recruiting Sales Page
Travis Jamison
Smash Digital
Smash VC
Nassim Nicholas Taleb
Naval

Enjoyed this podcast? Check out these:

TMBA511: The 10 Year Career – Wealth in the Modern Age with Travis Jamison
TMBA539: Weathering the Storm

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