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Hosted by Hunter Hastings, this weekly podcast focuses on helping the real life, flesh-and-blood entrepreneur to succeed.
Once businesses master the principles of subjectivism and subjective value in combination, they can open new horizons of innovation and growth.
Hunter Hastings and Curt Carlson discuss value creation and innovation as a life skill.
Sterling Hawkins has identified the ultimate feedback loop for personal performance. He calls it discomfort. We should seek discomfort, analyze it, understand it, and utilize it as an ultimate tool for improvement.
Hunter Hastings talks with Rene Rodriguez about the neuroscience behind influential interpersonal communication.
Hunter Hastings and Professor Christian Sandström discuss the fallacies of the case for an entrepreneurial state.
Most people prefer to continue to do what they’re used to rather than embrace change and constant experimentation.
Hunter Hastings interviews Dr. Annika Steiber, who has studied organizational innovation for over twenty years and is a global authority.
Hunter Hastings talks to Jeff Arnold, who finds insurance fun, exciting, and a source of inspiration, and who is advancing profitably towards the new future he’s imagining.
Hunter Hastings discusses markets with Anthony J. Evans, a business school professor who teaches that all businesspeople must become economists.
Hunter Hastings talks with Mo Hamzian, who is not only theorizing about the future of work, but is making elite workspaces available to everyone.