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Ep 45: Eduardo Strauch: Andes Mountains plane crash survivor

Ep 45: Eduardo Strauch: Andes Mountains plane crash survivor

Eduardo Strauch is an architect and painter living in Montevideo, Uruguay.  He is also one of 16 survivors from a 1972 plane crash in the Andes mountains which was charted by an amateur Uruguayan rugby...

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Ep 44: Jerry Colonna: VC-turned executive leadership coach

Ep 44: Jerry Colonna: VC-turned executive leadership coach

Jerry Colonna is the founder and CEO of Reboot.IO, an executive coaching and leadership development firm whose coaches are committed to the notion that better humans make better leaders. Previously he was a successful venture...

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Ep 43: Roger McNamee: Tech investor, musician, activist

Ep 43: Roger McNamee: Tech investor, musician, activist

Roger McNamee has been a successful Silicon Valley investor for thirty five years.  He co-founded Silver Lake and Elevation Partners, two very successful private equity funds.  He also plays bass and guitar in the bands...

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The Biggest Cost of Being an Entrepreneur

The Biggest Cost of Being an Entrepreneur

Being an entrepreneur is a huge financial sacrifice.  You may not draw any salary while you’re bootstrapping and/or looking and begging for capital and even once you have the means to pay yourself, it will...

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How We Define Ourselves

How We Define Ourselves

Many moons ago I spent the summer working in Porto, Portugal.  At the time, the country was far less developed than the rest of Western Europe.  Portugal was lightyears behind the economies and hustle and...

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The Scariest Thing I’ve Ever Done

The Scariest Thing I’ve Ever Done

I once left a perfectly good paying job with loads of student debt and almost no savings to my name to launch a company.   I’ve flown planes, jumped out of planes, paraglided off 5,000 foot...

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