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This episode with Chase was a fascinating dive into boring vs creative businesses, gathering customer feedback and NPS scores, pricing, and designing a high end client experience.
Vikki is the founder of Acacia Training, a U.K. based training company focused on childcare, healthcare, and dental care.
Steve has been an entrepreneur for much of his career in software and government services and has recently been translating that experience into search fund investing, among other projects.
On this operating focused episode, I talk with Palmer Higgins of Mainely Grass and Chenmark on why he’s getting rid of sales roles and doesn’t operate on a commission structure.
In this episode, we talk all about food at the office and some of the benefits to making food a stronger priority at work.
My guests, Justin Vogt and Ed Redden are the co-founders of Evermore Industries, a holding company looking to acquire industrial service companies with a time horizon measured in decades.
Deepa worked with prominent Silicon Valley tech companies like Uber, Thumbtack, and Stripe, and she decided she wanted to become an entrepreneur, but not in the typical Silicon Valley way.
Westerly Group was founded on the principle of supporting acquisition entrepreneurs with committed, permanent capital to pursue a specific industry thesis over an indefinite time horizon.
Ayo Phillips has the wildest story I’ve ever heard on the podcast.
My guest, Mark Valdez, is starting a new permanent capital holding company called Eads Bridge Holdings to acquire small profitable, durable companies with a long-term focus.
Each year I write an annual letter to readers and listeners to reflect on the evolution of the podcast and my personal growth.