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Hosted by Hunter Hastings, this weekly podcast focuses on helping the real life, flesh-and-blood entrepreneur to succeed.
What is technological deflation, and how can entrepreneurs take advantage of it?
Management and organizational frameworks often treat people as means. But people are not means. People are subjects, and they have subjective ends of their own.
What is capital? Austrian economics has a precise and distinctive definition — unlike business schools and most business publications, books, and columnists.
The great brands and great businesses tell great stories. Entrepreneurship is a story told about life. Hunter Hastings interviews Allan Branch.
Dr. Per Bylund wonders if business schools are facing an existential problem. Why do business schools exist?
Bob Luddy explains how the principles of Austrian economics played a part in building CaptiveAire, the US market leader in commercial kitchen ventilation systems.
Hunter Hastings and Clay Miller discuss why an entrepreneurial culture is highly beneficial to society at the global, national, and local levels — and starting early can influence a lifelong entrepreneurial journey.
Business educator David K. Hurst blames neoclassical, Chicago school economics for the bad thinking that pervades business today.
Dr. Keith Smith on why willing sellers should be complete and comprehensive advocates for the patient across the whole range of their needs, including financial aspects.
Hunter Hastings, Clay Routledge, and John Bitzan review some deep research support for the linkage between entrepreneurship, free market capitalism, and meaning in life.