How to Lose Money: Business Stories | Life Lessons | Navigating Failure
About This Show
Hosted by Paul Moore and Josh Thomas, How to Lose Money is a wealth-building podcast dedicated to the honest, sometimes gut-wrenching stories of business and life lessons learned. If you’re an entrepreneur going through a tough season, a business executive wanting to avoid strategic mistakes, or just someone who loves to hear about victories earned on the other side of painful trials, this podcast is for you.
With new episodes every Monday, we feature an interview with a business leader who has made mistakes that you don’t need to repeat. We discuss topics like: risk-taking, financial principles, entrepreneurship, growing your business, real estate investing, best business concepts, leadership, books and resources, relationship hacks, networking, passive income, time management, and more!
Most Recent Episode
109: How to Lose Money by Failing to Value Your Time with Doug McCormick
5 days ago
What is your time worth? Doug McCormick offers actionable steps to avoid wasting time and how to value life's most precious asset: your time. Doug McCormick has a lifetime of experiences that provide the foundation for the framework, principles and tools in Family Inc. As a professional investor, he has spent two decades managing money for institutional clients such as insurance companies, pension funds, entrepreneurs and high net worth families. As Managing Partner at HCI Equity, Doug oversees all aspects of the firm’s strategy, investments and operations with his partners. Before joining HCI Equity, he worked in the Investment Banking Division of Morgan Stanley. Doug previously served as a Captain in the U.S. Army’s 25th Infantry Division where he earned the Airborne, Air Assault, Expert Infantryman, and Ranger qualifications. Doug holds a Master of Business Administration from Harvard Business School and a Bachelor of Science in Economics from West Point.
Rated 4 out of
Raw, true story of failure that I've already learned from. It's refreshing and encouraging to hear not only stories of failure, but that failing isn't the end of future aspirations.
Date published: 2016-11-02