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Episode Info: The Personal Brand Podcast kicks off with the one and only, Jack Delosa, Founder & CEO of The Entourage πŸ™ŒπŸ» Jack has built The Entourage to be Australia’s largest training institute for Entrepreneurs with over 120,000 members. πŸ”₯ He also founded The Entourage Growth Fund, which invests in upstart businesses. He’s one of Australia’s leading entrepreneurs and has been listed in the BRW Young Rich List since 2014. Jack is the co-founder of The Entourage Beanstalk Factory, an organization that delivers entrepreneurial training within corporations to change the way they think about creating their future. His two books, Unprofessional and Unwritten, are exceptional reads that dig into business, mindset, and entrepreneurial thinking (add them to your to-read list!) And most importantly, he has an adorable little cavoodle named Bear 🐢😍 This episode is overflowing with amazing wisdom! Check it out. Key Takeaways and Quotes "What I do know is that people connect more with people than they do with businesses. People connect more with faces than they do with logos” “A lot of the stuff we think about and think that matters, probably doesn’t. You should care deeply about your life, and your legacy, and your meaning, and your fingerprint on the planet, but recognise that it's still probably going to be insignificant anyway.”  "Entrepreneurship is a skill.”  "When people say Entrepreneurs are born, what they mean is that we have a high risktolerance. We tend to have a fairly good emotional fortitude”  "There are no incredibly great born leaders, right? Some of the best leaders, people that we look up to iconically through history were terrible leaders until they learnt how.”  “When you have a personal brand and a business brand, they are

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