Selina D

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Selina D
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I've been a full-time entrepreneur for about 5 months now. Wow, it's tough. I need a community that understands. Hi, I'm Selina and I run a food startup. Vegan meals designed for late-night snacking. Why? Because we're all human and we snack!.

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@shaanvp recaps year 1 of the podcast, and breaks down his 10 Favorite Ideas from the podcast this year. Today's episode is possible because of Superside! Head to www.superside.com/mfm to hire a dedicated team of designers for your project! Joined our private FB group yet? It's a page where people share each others million dollar ideas or what they're already working on: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ourfirstmillion.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Selina D
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Today's episode is possible because of Superside! Head to www.superside.com/mfm to hire a dedicated team of designers for your project! Joined our private FB group yet? It's a page where people share each others million dollar ideas or what they're already working on: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ourfirstmillion. Shaan Puri (@ShaanVP) talks to Greg Isenberg (@gregisenberg) who is the Head of Product at WeWork, the cofounder of a product studio called Late Checkout, and he’s an advisor for TikTok. Today's topic include: Greg talks about how YouProbablyNeedAHaircut.com came about (1:30), Greg talks about his background (4:50), Shaan and Greg talk about what drew them to Silicon Valley (11:00), Greg talks about selling his businesses to StumbleUpon and WeWork (19:00), Shaan and Greg talk business ideas (22:30), How to think about consumer internet products (26:00), Discussing how Evan Spiegel explained Snapchat (36:40) and How to invent the future and think about new products or ideas (45:45).  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Today's episode is possible because of Superside! Head to www.superside.com/mfm to hire a dedicated team of designers for your project! Joined our private FB group yet? It's a page where people share each others million dollar ideas or what they're already working on: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ourfirstmillion. Today, Sam (@thesamparr) and Shaan (@shaanvp) chat with James Altucher (@jaltucher). James is an entrepreneur, hedge fund manager, podcaster, writer and stand-up comedian. He has founded and sold companies for millions and lost his fortune over and over. He's always found a way back and today he shares all the lessons hes learned along the way. Today's topics include: (1:50) James talks about his background (6:05) James explains the companies he started and how he made his money. (19:10) James became a much better investor when he started investing alongside much smarter investors. (21:30) The challenges of selling a company. (29:14) James explain why he kept losing his fortunes and what he did to start managing his money better. (32:48) How James’ happiness fluctuated as his fortunes rose and fell. (38:35) James discusses what he does today — writing, podcasting, investing and stand-up comedy. (40:00) James discusses his investment and risk management strategy. (45:30) James tries to come up with 10 new business ideas every day — he explains his process. (51:00) How would you make money if you were 21 again?  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Today's ep is possible because of Superside! Head to www.superside.com/mfm to hire a dedicated team of designers for your project!Joined our private FB group yet? It's a page where people share each others million dollar ideas or what they're already working on: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ourfirstmillion. Sam (@thesamparr) talks to Randy Hetrick (@randyhetrick) who is the CEO of TRX training (inventor of TRX Suspension Trainer), a leading global brand in physical training and the industry leader in functional fitness. Built the company from a bootstrap start up to a high growth consumer brand with 130 employees and approximately $50M in annual revenues. Today's topic include: Why angel investors are better to receive money from than VC's (6:20), Starting a physical goods business and being omnichannel (13:08), Difference between being chairman and CEO (29:08), Why institutional MBA type CEO's suck (33:07), What industries he's interested in investing in (39:32), Sam's MMA weight cut (43:34), Navy Seal and business leadership (46:25) and Randy's angel investing, selling secondary and building his personal brand (55:33).  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Selina D
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Today's ep is possible because of Superside! Head to www.superside.com/mfm to hire a dedicated team of designers for your project!Joined our private FB group yet? It's a page where people share each others million dollar ideas or what they're already working on: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ourfirstmillion. Sam (@thesamparr) and Shaan (@shaanvp) are back this week to chat about Second order effects of covid-19 (1:04), RV rentals / Glamping (14:21), Art collections (22:54), Billionaire of the week: Mark Leonard of Constellation Software (27:57), Balance between prudent and excitement (38:04) and Group buying unlocking discounts (43:24).  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
  • The idea of group buying is very interesting. I can see many areas where this concept can be applied. It feels like it can apply to almost any area of consumer commerce. It will be interesting to see what products utilize this model successfully. 

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