Hosted by Hunter Hastings, this weekly podcast focuses on helping the real life, flesh-and-blood entrepreneur to succeed.
Mark Packard: How to Put Time on Your Side
Entrepreneurial action occurs in time. Mark Packard shares his research.
Per Bylund: The Unrealized
Per Bylund takes us through his thinking about The Unrealized.
Ulrich Möller: The Video Game Industry Points to the Future of Organization Design
Ulrich Möller explains how firms in the video game industry bring positive organizational change to the rest of the business world.
Saifedean Ammous on Knowledge Entrepreneurship
Saifedean Ammous demonstrates how knowledge entrepreneurship can work in the globally-connected and digitally-connected economy.
Saras Sarasvathy On The Entrepreneurial Method
The scientific method has served us well to date. The entrepreneurial method can take society much further.
Eamonn Butler’s Primer on Entrepreneurship and Its Social Good
Entrepreneurship is the greatest force for good in the history of civilization.
Relevant material for a competitive edge
These are great conversations for both the aspiring and the seasoned entrepreneurs. If you know (Austrian) economics but aren’t sure how it applies to real life/business this is for you (that’s where I was).
Also beneficial for business veterans who could use a competitive advantage in the free market.
Great Insights for Entrepreneurs
Insight from successful entrepreneurs with additional tools and downloads to back it up. I particularly like the journey episodes when business owners tell their stories. It’s interesting to hear people look back and figure out which decisions were most impactful along the way and its nice to hear stories from all different types of entrepreneurs, not just tech people.
This is exactly what I was looking for
As an aspiring entrepreneur who is also interested in economics (especially Austrian), this podcast is amazing. It’s an excellent mix of economic theory as well as practical advice on how to see and seize opportunity. I love it!