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How do you get your confidence back after failing, how do you make hard choices, how do you let people go without feeling emotional pain? All of these and other hard questions on Today's Hiten and Steli. This is your once-and-for-all solution to worrying in business.

Updated on July 22

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Business comes with lots of challenges. Sometimes we figure out the solution to a challenge and, depending on how you look at it, might feel relieved about figuring it out or frustration about not doing so sooner. In this episode, Steli and Hiten talk about why you shouldn’t focus on the negative side of things, the benefits of having a positive outlook on things why working on our attitudes towards ourselves can be a game-changer and much more.

Updated on July 15

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Arthur Johnson, VP at Pure Storage and formerly of Twilio, joins Erik and co-host Yasmin Razavi, GP at Spark Capital.They discuss:- Twilio’s origins as a company for developers by developers and the grassroots efforts they had to spread the world about the company.

Updated on July 26

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Wes Bos and Scott Tolinski details their email management strategies for overwhelmed creatives.

Updated on June 20

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Dave Bowen is the CEO of Purchasing Platform, an online marketplace for real estate developers to buy products for their properties. Before Purchasing Platform, Dave was the founder of Market Maker 4 (MM4), an e-sourcing tech startup, which he bootstrapped and sold for $22M in 2016. In this episode he talks about the pros and cons of bootstrapping a business, how to run a two-sided marketplace, and the pains and strategies for B2B sales.

Updated on May 16

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Mark Cuban is a serial entrepreneur, investor, and owner of the Dallas Mavericks. His career began with his founding of MicroSolutions, a company he went on to sell to CompuServe in 1990. Then in 1995 Mark co-founded Broadcast.com - streaming audio over the internet. In just four short years, Broadcast.com (then Audionet) was sold to Yahoo for $5.6 billion dollars. Following the acquisition in 2000, Mark acquired the Dallas Mavericks where since his taking over they have competed in the NBA Finals for the first time in franchise history in 2006 - and becoming NBA World Champions in 2011. They are currently listed as one of Forbes' most valuable franchises in sports. If that was not enough, Mark is also one of ABC's "Sharks" on the hit show Shark Tank.

Updated on May 04

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Customers often have advanced use cases for encryption, like encrypting to multiple recipients, or caching data keys. These can be challenging to get right if you're trying to implement it yourself. The good news is, AWS has released open source tools that make all of that relatively easy. In this episode we'll talk about encryption use cases and the best tools to solve them.

Updated on April 22

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How do you product management during the COVID-19 crisis? The current crisis is causing a lot of disruption for many companies, and one area in particular that most companies will be affected is in their product development roadmap. Should you stick to your road map, or should you change everything? A quick guide from the trenches.

Updated on April 10

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Technology is now the center of the universe and with it comes tremendous change. Om Malik, Partner at True Ventures, and Howard Lindzon discuss.

Updated on April 29

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