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Jul 5, 2016
Anarcho-Preneur episode 013
You are the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with. That's what Jim Rohn said, and I think he was on to something.
This episode is all about consciously choosing your community, and why it's so important in building the life and world that you want to live in. I talk about some of the mistakes people make when building their tribe. I also talk about some of my own mistakes in this area. What happens when you don't take an active role in who surrounds you? And how do you break free from the wrong crowd?
Then, in the second half of the show, I delve into some Game Theory concepts and how they relate to society and voting. What happens when people make decisions without knowing all of the facts? What happens when those decisions are turned into laws?
I think there is a very compelling argument for why voting is the worst possible way to run a society. It all comes back to voluntary association. You should choose your life and tribe. And this episode will teach you why, and how to do it effectively. Download.
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I love this show
I listen to quite a few Voluntaryist/AnCap related podcasts, but being a small business owner myself (near the beginning of my journey) this one is particularly up my alley. Nathan brings up a lot of interesting ideas to consider for those working on building a business. I also really identify with the ups and downs of living in the world as an Anarcho-Preneur.... it ain't easy, so it's great knowing there are other liberty lovers out there with a strong entrepreneurial drive going through a lot of similar things. The guests he has on are interesting as well. All around really great stuff.
Date published: 2015-10-26
Rated 5 out of
Love This Show!
Always makes me think twice about things I wouldn't have, otherwise. I love this show.
Date published: 2014-10-31