–>Click here to subscribe to Tropical Talk Radio in iTunes. –>Leave me a message, question, or comment for the show. It’s time for another Tropical Talk Radio podcast,… Read More »TMBA 149 (TTR21) – Spotlight Marketing (+ Have We Found the Community Marketer’s Secret Weapon?)
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Dan’s bean bag sitting in Bali, intermittently nuking himself off the internet to make sure he gets his book taken care of on time while… Read More »TMBA 148 (LBP129) – ROUND 1 – Business Idea Smackdown – Dan “Coconut Crusher” Andrews vs. Ian “Benjamins by Birth” Schoen
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This is a post by David Hehenberger from the Tropical MBA Semester 2. Follow him on Twitter. Time goes by fast. Exactly 10 months ago, I… Read More »Want To Build a Lifestyle Business? Follow These 8 Lessons
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Let me just say: I am an American. The first amendment of our constitution requires me to believe that America is the best country in the entire world. I believe that. But three years ago I decided to uproot and live in Asia. Despite the fact that San Diego is one of the most prestine and pleasant cities in the world, I feel that my happiness and excitement levels have increased dramatically by making the move to Asia. I couldn't have predicted this before I made the leap.
I spent the day visiting an impressively ambitious internet startup here in Manila. I found myself missing my office days-- a little. It was tons of fun to see office comraderie, leather couches, power lunches, killer work stations, and big LCD screens. I realized my longing is well-timed with a few other rumblings in my behavior. Let's call them"entrepreneurial nesting instincts."