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CL241: 300 Years Of Innovative Entrepreneurship In America – Interview with Eric Schultz
From:
James Taylor --  International Keynote Speaker James Taylor -- International Keynote Speaker
For Immediate Release:
Dateline: Edinburgh , Scotland
Tuesday, November 12, 2019

 

Travis Rosser is an internet entrepreneur, author, speaker and software designer. After a decade in the software industry he cofounded and then sold Kajabi, a knowledge capital platform that has helped customers redefine themselves as experts, free themselves from the traditional notions of a job, and live more fulflled lives. Since 2010, Kajabi customers have generated over $500 million in sales, and Kajabi has helped more than 10,000 people become knowledge entrepreneurs. His new book is called You, Inc.

 

In this episode, we cover:

  • 4:10 – The dominant narrative
  • 4:53 – Eli Witney
  • 5:52 – Citizens vs consumers
  • 9:14 – Alfred Sloan
  • 11:58 – Henry Ford
  • 13:50 – Punch Train Hotel (The Third Place)
  • 15:59 – Barber Shops
  • 17:47 – Buddy Balden
  • 20:13 – Milton Friedman
  • 23:02 – Worst moment
  • 25:47 – Innovation as a combination of ideas + people
  • 31:16 – Peter Drucker
  • 33:52 – Sensitech
  • 35:07 – Mekko charts

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