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Jordan Harbinger built a successful brand from podcasting for 12 years. He’s done close to 900 interviews with top performers. But something changed recently. He reached out to me via email. And I knew I needed to get him on the show right away. He told me that he didn’t like his brand anymore. He didn’t like what it was morphing into. “I was becoming disillusioned,” Jordan said. So he took a step back. And after what he thought was an amicable split from his partners, he and his team got fired. PAUSE. This is awful. I’ve been through my own terrible losses before. So I can say fully that what Jordan did next was the definition of a true entrepreneur.
Links and Resources
Podcast Listeners Really Are the Holy Grail Advertisers Hoped They’d Be by Miranda Katz on WIRED
Mike Rowe: The Way I Heard It (Episode 597) on The Art of Charm
Ep. 40: Annie Duke: How to Make Decisions Like A Poker Champ on the Jordan Harbinger Show
Ep. 28: James Fallon: How to Spot a Psychopath on the Jordan Harbinger Show
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