Being a father to a beautiful 9-year old girl, I find myself often repeating the phrase: ‘Learn something new every day.’
Unfortunately, like many things in life, I don’t always do as I say — but I am striving to change this. During today’s conversation I learned many things, but more importantly I learned something that has changed my way of thinking about business and life.
Although we may not learn life-changing things every single day, we should strive to, and we need to be thankful for the times we do.
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Today’s guest has been an entrepreneur most of his life – having started at 18 – and failing twice – before finally figuring it out.
Now he is an award-winning Canadian entrepreneur and founder of Clarity, a venture backed startup that makes it easy to connect with top business minds over the phone.
He previously co-founded Flowtown, a San Francisco based social marketing product which raised funding, grew to over 50,000 small business customers and was eventually acquired in 2011.
A year later he was named Canada’s top angel investor having completed over 33 investments with companies like Udemy, Intercom and Unbounce.
Let’s hack Dan Martell.
What you will learn in this episode:
- How and why people overvalue funding for their startups
- Finding your magic zone to make the world a better place
- Specifically when your company is ready for venture funding
- Making people and relationships your number 1 asset