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Hustle & Flowchart: Mastering Business & Enjoying the Journey

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast with Joe Fier is all about how to build a business so it gives you the freedom and fuel for your life. We discuss systems, mindset tweaks, reframes, and strategies for entrepreneurs (and really anyone) to enjoy the process of being in business and having fun. This isn't for the entrepreneur looking to build a billion dollar business, rather someone who is looking to build systems that work for you, so you can make more money than you need just by working part-time. I was a chronic hustle-mode kinda guy and I want to share my experiences and mentors I've met along the way to help you reframe things so you can be the most effective as an entrepreneur. Join in conversations with Joe Fier and various mentors sharing principles and strategies to put this into action for yourself. Please enjoy and share with your friends! Listen Notes
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Dec 3, 2019

Today we are talking to Sergei & Vadim Revzin, identical twins that also have a podcast together, called The Mentors. They are doing a lot of cool things and you’ll hear how  Vadim is teaching as NYU and how he hacked his way into becoming a professor there, without going through the usual process of slugging through a masters degree. We also talk about how Sergei runs a venture capital fund at NYU and helps businesses with investing and start up mentoring. 

They shine a lot of light on brand new startups and how people should approach this issue, what to have in place before you start creating a partnership and key components to look for to determine whether you have a sustainable idea. 

After you’re done, be sure to check out our shows with Abdo Riani on unique strategies for bootstrapping new business ideas and Brad Spencer as we discuss a three step process to maximize results with any project.

Owning private property and being an owner of your own destiny is human nature.” - Sergei Revzin

“In America, even though there’s still a lot of rules and regulations you have to follow, it’s actually relatively easy to start a business. You can be a sole proprietor and you never even have to go to college.” - Vadim Revzin

Some Topics We Discussed Include:

  • Some common pitfalls when people are creating a startup
  • How the brothers started at a young age helping their father run a pillow pet kiosk at the mall
  • Why everyone should join a Meetup community
  • What are some of the criteria companies are looking for when researching  venture capital firms
  • How to test ideas to make sure you are validating problems in your market
  • What companies want to see when investing in other companies
  • The number one reason most start-ups fail
  • Our shout out section to folks who have supported us - we love reviews and hearing from you!!
  • You can now text “Comp” to “38470” to get our show notes!
  • And much, much more!

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