Some questions have accumulated and it’s time for an Ask Isaac episode! I really enjoy doing these because there’s no logistical stress with a guest, no prep work, and I get to talk directly to listeners, which feels kind of intimate (as weird as that sounds since I’m just talking into a mic in a room by myself). Plus, the questions are always fun and I like wrestling with them verbally.
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As you may know, I recently spent a couple of weeks in Ecuador with my family and there were a couple of questions regarding that adventure. I was interviewed in depth about the trip on the (excellent) World Wanderers Podcast. The episode should be live soon.
Other questions that were answered here:
- Why ‘Ask Isaac’ episodes aren’t numbered?
- A father asks about whether his daughter who is an average, B student who is not sure about her path and who was turned off from business by her econ class, would be a good candidate for Praxis? (I cheated and had TK Coleman provide an answer which I echoed and emphasized the need to focus on creating value.)
- Keri would like to start blogging every day and she wonders how do I do it. Do you pick a niche to stick to? Where does inspiration come from?
- Another question on blogging comes from Peter who asks how I handle editing of my posts. Do I edit immediately or do I post as soon as I write it down? (Yes)
- Philip wonders whether some people are unfit for a startup and what is the one characteristic needed in order to thrive in a startup?
(NOTE: For some reason, the sound is a little tinny on this episode. It seems like my mic settings were a bit off. Sorry! Just pretend it’s more “authentic” that way, like a scratchy vinyl record.)
Send me questions anytime about anything. I love to get them and will respond!
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