Founders

A podcast by David Senra

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286 Episodes

  1. #357 Haruki Murakami

    Published: 7/21/2024
  2. #356 How The Sun Rose On Silicon Valley: Bob Noyce (Founder of Intel)

    Published: 7/12/2024
  3. #355 Rare Bernard Arnault Interview

    Published: 7/4/2024
  4. #354 Sam Walton: The Inside Story of America's Richest Man

    Published: 6/29/2024
  5. #353 How To Be Rich by J. Paul Getty

    Published: 6/23/2024
  6. #352 J. Paul Getty: The Richest Private Citizen in America

    Published: 6/15/2024
  7. #351 The Founder of Rolex: Hans Wilsdorf

    Published: 6/4/2024
  8. #350 How To Sell Like Steve Jobs

    Published: 5/27/2024
  9. #349 How Steve Jobs Kept Things Simple

    Published: 5/20/2024
  10. Michael Jordan In His Own Words

    Published: 5/12/2024
  11. New Founders Events!

    Published: 5/10/2024
  12. #348 The Financial Genius Behind A Century of Wall Street Scandals: Ivar Kreuger

    Published: 5/7/2024
  13. #347 How Walt Disney Built His Greatest Creation: Disneyland

    Published: 4/29/2024
  14. #346 How Walt Disney Built Himself

    Published: 4/22/2024
  15. #345 George Lucas

    Published: 4/12/2024
  16. Steven Spielberg

    Published: 4/4/2024
  17. #344 Quentin Tarantino

    Published: 3/30/2024
  18. #343 The Eternal Pursuit of Unhappiness: David Ogilvy

    Published: 3/24/2024
  19. #342 The Lessons of History (Will & Ariel Durant)

    Published: 3/18/2024
  20. #341 Cornelius Vanderbilt (Tycoon's War)

    Published: 3/11/2024

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Learn from history's greatest entrepreneurs. Every week I read a biography of an entrepreneur and find ideas you can use in your work. This quote explains why: "There are thousands of years of history in which lots and lots of very smart people worked very hard and ran all types of experiments on how to create new businesses, invent new technology, new ways to manage etc. They ran these experiments throughout their entire lives. At some point, somebody put these lessons down in a book. For very little money and a few hours of time, you can learn from someone’s accumulated experience. There is so much more to learn from the past than we often realize. You could productively spend your time reading experiences of great people who have come before and you learn every time." —Marc Andreessen