Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur is a poet turned tech junkie and entrepreneur.
After receiving a graduate degree in literature in 2000, he headed for Europe, where he sang rhymes to crowds for five years before moving to Arabia to teach Shakespeare to American troops.
His interest in tech was sparked while working for a VC firm in Utah. His due diligence work there taught him one thing: he wanted to be the startup, not the investor.
He got that chance in 2011 when he launched Post Planner. From there, he and his co-founder grew Post Planner from a simple scheduler into a powerhouse content curation and social publishing platform.
Now, let’s hack …
In this 36-minute episode of Hack the Entrepreneur, host Jon Nastor and Josh Parkinson discuss:
- Why people who don’t give up win and those who do disappear
- Gut feelings and data: how Josh found his platform for business
- How Josh used independence as a motive to be an entrepreneur
- When and how Josh delegates tasks to his peers
- Choosing and creating the reality you want to live in
- Articulation: why it’s very important to Josh growing his business
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