There’s a famous saying in entrepreneurial circles: “It’s just business, it’s not personal.” But is that true? Definitely not, according to today’s guest.
Mr. Dale Partridge, creator of Startup Camp and author of People Over Profit joins us for episode 98 of the New Business Podcast.
Dale has been an entrepreneur for 11 years, has built 8 different companies including his current venture Startup Camp and is the author of People Over Profit. On today’s show we talk about why personal relationships are so critical to business success, why he chose Startup Camp and what wisdom he’s gained from his failures, losses and ultimately his successes.
Essential Learning Points From This Episode:
- How old was he when he sold his first business?
- Is there such a thing as a bad company?
- What do REI, Patagonia, and Whole Foods have in common?
- Who are the most dangerous people in the world?
- What is a great leader always willing to be according to Dale?
- Much, much more!
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Important Links & Mentions From This Episode:
- Startup Camp – Dale’s newest business.
- The Daily Positive – Dale’s daily positive blog.
- People Over Profit – Dale’s latest book.
- Dale on Twitter
- Episode 55 of NBP with Mike Michalowicz
Some of my Personal Faves from Dale’s Blog Archive:
- How to spot a liar in 5-seconds
- How to hire the best people in the world
- How to become a morning person and love it
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