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Mark Cuban and Charlie Kirk
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Aired 10 months ago 43:47
TIP208: Billionaire Mark Cuban Lessons (Business Podcast)
On today’s show we are going to be covering billionaire Mark Cuban. After being fired from his first job, Mark started his own company called Micro Solutions. Within a decade, Mark sold the company for 6 million dollars and started a second business that streamed college sports over the internet. Within another decade, Mark sold Broadcast.com for 5.7 billion to Yahoo! During our show, we play some interesting questions that Mark has been asked about his time as an entrepreneur. Be sure to check these out:Download your free audio book at Audible.Find the best job candidate at Ziprecruiter.Know when to buy and sell based on statistics and momentum w/ TradeStops.Create original investment research with INVRS.Move your business to the cloud with Netsuite.Take a better position on trading with CMC Markets.Solve your long list of must-reads with Blinkist. In this episode, you'll learn:· Why Mark Cuban believes sales is the most underrated skill in business· Why Mark Cuban invested every penny, he had into a put option after he sold his company to Yahoo!· Why Mark Cuban thinks you shouldn’t raise capital if you’re an entrepreneur· Why Mark Cuban wants you to consider if you’re adding or reducing stress?· Ask The Investors: Is the stock market a zero-sum game?
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Aired 3 months ago 31:21
Mark Cuban: 19 Lessons From A Billionaire
For 20% off your first order, visit mackweldon.com and enter promo code: TAI at checkout!Get $100 of free delivery credit for your first 7 days by downloading the Postmates and using code TAI: postmates.com“You have to know more about your business than everyone else in the world. Otherwise, someone’s going to kick your ass.” - Mark Cuban(click to tweet)Success has no singular definition. For some, it’s a number in the bank account. For others, it’s a feeling of happiness and fulfillment. And for many others, it’s somewhere in between these two ideas. There is no right or wrong definition of success; thus, we must evaluate it holistically before driving ourselves towards any version of it. On today’s episode of The Tai Lopez Show, we are joined by the billionaire, Mark Cuban, to discuss what it takes to reach his level of success. As a young 20-something, after discovering that he was skilled at technology, Cuban founded his first company, MicroSolutions. Since then, he’s gone on to forging a net worth of over $3 billion. He is the star of Shark Tank, the owner of the Dallas Mavericks, the author of How to Win at the Sport of Business, and a source of knowledge for all of us to tap into. Don’t forget! You can also listen to The Tai Lopez Show on Spotify! Click “Follow” and let me know what you think!“I’d be lying if I said I knew I was going to be a billionaire or that I thought it was even possible. It never crossed my mind. I just found whatever it took to motivate me.” - Mark Cuban(click to tweet)Points to Keep In MindThe one thing you can control is effortFind something you love to do, be great at, and find a way to sell itFollow your curiosity, not your passionsDon’t look to others for answers, find them yourselfFind out what motivates you and do thatLook at how technology is being used today to figure out where it’s going tomorrowAge is relevant to your entertainment-watching decisionsAs you get older, you take the path of least-resistance Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Tai Lopez Show
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#328: How to Celebrate Your Team
Regardless of who you are, where you come from, or what kind of work you do, we all have one thing in common: the need to be appreciated. And if you ask Ramsey Solutions’ own Chris Hogan, celebrating your team members’ hard work and memorable milestones is more than worth your time—and money. In fact, Chris considers this sort of recognition a crucial part of any employee retention plan. Tune in to hear him explain why it’s so powerful and how to do it right. Also joining the conversation is EntreLeadership Senior Vice President Sarah Sloyan to share her favorite ways to celebrate team members, as well as her thoughts on building trust. entreleadership.com/podcast Download: 43 Easy Ways to Recognize Your Team The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman The Speed of Trust by Stephen M.R. Covey Mention this podcast for special discounts on EntreLeadership Master Series Want expert help with your business question? Call 844-944-1070 and leave a message or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You could be featured on a future podcast episode!
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