The brave new generation of entrepreneurs

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Join me and my guest Ramit Sethi of iwillteachyoutoberich.com on Friday’s episode of Escape from Cubicle Nation Radio to talk about all that we can learn from the next generation of entrepreneurs.

I love Ramit – he is smart, funny, hard-working, and a no-BS kind of guy.  He started his entrepreneurial adventures while still in college at Stanford, is working on his second book, and just co-founded the biggest consumer wiki company in the world, PB Wiki.  And although it is probably rude to ask so I didn’t, he is probably not more than 25 or 26.  I know, kind of revolting in a "I get jealous of overachievers" kind of way.

My own small-mindedness aside, I plan on having lots of fun with Ramit and gaining some valuable insight into the mind and heart of our next generation of entrepreneurs.  Please join us!

Show details:

Date:  Friday, April 6
Time:  11am-12pm Pacific Standard Time
Topic:  The brave new generation of entrepreneurs
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If you miss the live show, you can always listen later, through the link above.  To download as an Mp3, you will have to click on the title of the show, which will bring up the "download as Mp3" option.

I’m heading out of town to the cooler and less smoggy climate of Flagstaff, Arizona.  I’m looking forward to it and hope you have some good plans for the weekend as well!  Enjoy your Passover or Easter, or any other event you choose to celebrate.

2 Responses to “The brave new generation of entrepreneurs”

  1. I love being a part of the brave new generation of entrepreneurs. I am escaping from cubicle nation in a couple weeks to pursue my passion full time, so hopefully I join Ramit as one of those twenty-somethings bringing passion back into business.

  2. Pam,

    I subscribe to Ramit’s blog also. Funny thing is he’s promoting the interview too. I’m sure it will be great.

    I’m adding your podcast to my weekly diet today.

    Hope the startup nation coaching program is going well.

    Enjoy Flagstaff.

    – Bryan
    http://www.BryanCFleming.com

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