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Episode 183: What It Takes To Build A Generational Business

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If a venture is really worth pursuing, it’s going to take a couple of tries to get it right. Chad and Stephanie sit down to discuss the story of two entrepreneurial ventures, and why it may take you 50 tries to get something right. They also talk about what it takes (after you’ve gone through all those failures) to build a generational business.

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Show Notes

1:44 – The Story of Rovio

4:30 – What It Takes to Build A Generational Business

10:20 – The Story of John Wheeler

13:15 – Don’t Be Fooled By Comfort

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