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October 14, 2012 / The_Mike_Johnson

James Altucher and Jerry Colonna Discussion on Entrepreneurship, Failure, and Personal Discovery


James Altucher and Jerry Colonna gave a “tell all” discussion about their experiences in entrepreneurship, failure, and personal discovery the other evening and provided a remarkable discussion.

Sit back and watch as we learn:

– How Jerry became a life coach and his past as a venture capitalist in 1999 and through the dot com boom/bust

– How Jerry dealt with the ups and downs of his career

– Jerry finds salvation in James’ blog

– James one piece of advice to entrepreneurs as well as time management tips

– Jerry’s time management tips and dealing with email anxiety

– James first day as a full time entrepreneur and his many (both successful and failing) business ideas

– Solving problems within your business by communicating with coworkers, partners and customers

– James on the entrepreneur mindset and having to deal with the letter from the IRS

James Altucher’s blog can be found here and you can follow James on Twitter @jaltucher

Jerry Colonna’s blog can be found here and you can follow Jerry on Twitter @jerrycolonna

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Final Part

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