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In this episode of the podcast, Lucas Carlson talks all about navigating the emotional journey of entrepreneurship and building a business as a tool for personal growth.
Lessons in creativity learned from the world of computer programming
The ins and outs of raising venture capital for a startup
Living on the fringe of bankruptcy
Overcoming fear ad learning to take the leap to do something
Learning to deal with the voices of criticism, self doubt and fear
How to keep going when you’re not seeing external results
Balancing the tension of knowing when to persist and when to give up
Putting enough of yourself into an idea to give it a chance
Learning to put stop losses on your entrepreneurial ideas
Separating your identity from the performance of your business
Learning to set expectations for yourself that don’t create stress
Why external wealth can serve as a metphor for internal wealth
The importance being open and honest in relationships
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Luscas Calrlson is an entrepneneur who started AppFog, in 2010, raised almost $10M in venture capital, and was acquired in 2013. Before that, he was the first employee and head of engineering for 5 years at MOG (now Beats Music acquired by Apple).. He’s also the author of Finding Success in Failure: True Confessions from 10 Years of Startup Mistakes