The world has been rocked by the GameStop short squeeze initiated by WallStreetBets within Reddit. How did this happen? I’ve had an inside look from the beginning. That’s what today’s show is about.
On today’s show we’re going to talk about how a growing group of young stock traders are making and losing millions of dollars trading stock options within Reddit’s WallStreetBets group.
What we’ve been told about entrepreneurship, Rosa Parks, and lemmings is all wrong. Today we talk about why.
On the last episode we talked about social entrepreneurialism, the concept of a business accomplishing philanthropic goals using the profits it creates. On today’s micro episode I’d like to share an idea that could fill your heart and your belly.
On today’s show we’ll explore the world of social entrepreneurs and their impact on the world.
On today’s micro episode we’ll quickly reflect on 2020 and talk about 2021.
Today’s show features 5 ideas no one else is doing told in story form
“Entrepreneurs aren’t what they used to be”. Typically that phrase romanticizes the past. Is that merited in today’s world? That’s what today’s show is about.
Do you know why you don’t like leaving unread emails in your inbox? How about the little red notifications icon on your social media page? Or a text message you receive when you’re driving – it just can’t stay unread even though you know it’s not very safe to look at your phone while driving. Why do we do these things? Why are we compelled to complete a glaringly simple but extremely low priority task? And how do we fix it? I’ll tell you the answer, but you probably aren’t going to like it.
On today’s show we’ll talk about a way someone with no audience and no content could start a podcast that makes money from day one.