How to View Entrepreneurship as a Microcosm of Life

My guest today is a writer, constant mover, not a very good manager, but a very smart entrepreneur.

He spent his formative years performing website usability tests for clients like Staples, Google, Yahoo, Verizon, and many more.

He was then accepted into TechStars, a mentorship-driven startup accelerator. There, he and his co-founder catalyzed the idea and plan for J-Squared Media, which later became PlayQ, a mobile games company.

My guest is also the #1 Bestselling author of “The Connection Algorithm”.

Now, let’s hack …

Jesse Tevelow.

In this 48-minute episode Jesse Tevelow and I discuss:

  • The importance of making moves and staying in motion
  • The two most valuable characteristics to look for in a co-founder
  • Recognizing your business as a team effort and concentrating more on your strong points
  • Freely testing out and validating new ideas to determine where to focus your resources
  • Accepting the highs, the lows, and the unknowns that come with entrepreneurship

The Show Notes