August 2, 2017 Ep.247 ~ Global Crisis of 2018 and Why You Need to Be Adaptable ~ Damion Lupo
“The big picture is not a billion dollar unicorn, it’s a billion person impact.” Damion Lupo
Being a podcast host you get to spend time with and interview some truly amazing people. I honestly consider it an honor. Even then, there are always some that stand out even more above a crowd that stands out above most. Today’s guest is one of those. His agency actually reached out to be on our podcast. Sometimes we accept solicitations, and sometimes we don’t, but I am very happy we accepted this one.
I want to recommend you take some time to listen to our guest today. His name is Damion Lupo, he has founded, co-founded, or bought nearly forty businesses. He has black belts in three different forms of martial arts and founded Yokido which is a blend of Aikido and Yoga. He has owned an insurance agency, a precious metals firm, a venture capital company, a financial consulting firm, an 8-figure real estate company and written five books. I think you will find out quickly why I recommend listening to Damion, and why this thirty-five minute interview is totally worth your time.
“Steve Jobs kind of did this, he made up the problem that you didn’t know you had.” Damion Lupo
02:03: The Importance of Being Adaptable
04:07: After He Lost it All, Why Damion Still Never Fired His Coach
07:13: Who is Damion Lupo?
09:25: What Was the Most Ridiculous Business That You Started?
11:28: Which Business Are You Most Proud Of?
15:03: Why the Crash is Coming in 2018?
16:05: How Location-Independent Entrepreneurs Can Prepare for a Global Crash
21:31: Are Cryptocurrencies a Good Investment?
22:01: Metrics That All Entrepreneurs Should Be Paying Attention To
24:16: Pattern Recognitions Around Money
26:54: Being a Guest on 170 Podcasts
31:30: Outtakes and Nonsense
“Your plan is going to go right out the window once I punch you in the face.” Damion Lupo quoting Mike Tyson
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“You should not be in a network marketing company that you didn’t start.” Damion Lupo
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