Do More, Fail More, Improve Faster
The video shown below – Do More, Fail More, Improve Faster – was inspired by Gary Vaynerchuk’s – A Five Minute Plea To Do – also known as “Fuck Your Gonna, Go Do It.”
I’ve added a YouTube video widget to the front page of the blog so you can view this and other future videos posted here on Value Investing Journey.
I’ve already got several videos like this coming in the pipeline but if you have any topics you’d like me to talk about please let me know in the comments below.
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Interviewed By Eric Schleien of The Intelligent Investing Podcast
A couple of months ago Eric Schleien – @EricSchleien on Twitter – asked if I’d like to get interviewed for his new podcast titled The Intelligent Investing Podcast.
Eric is great so of course I said yes.
In the 49-minute interview linked above we talked about the following things:
- Value investing.
- How I got into value investing.
- The smallest company in my current portfolio.
- The worldwide spread of where I research.
- Why I don’t short.
- The art of value investing.
- My favorite kinds of businesses to invest in.
- Red flag indicators when researching insurance companies.
- Book and website recommendations.
- And more.
Please check out Eric’s brief description of the interview below:
In this episode Eric Schleien interviews Jason Rivera who is on a mission to build a holding company inspired by Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway. Really fascinating individual and incredibly talented and smart value investor. He is sure to be someone worth following over the next decade to come.
I meant to post this on the blog when it first released but as I was updating the site the other day I realized I forgot to after I posted it to Twitter and Facebook. My apologies to Eric about this delay.
His podcast has interviews with other great up and coming value investors as well so make sure to listen to them.
And just last Friday Eric announced a digital marketing company is now managing his podcast for YouTube so congrats on that Eric and thanks a lot for having me on your podcast.
You can listen to the interview at the link above. And make sure to follow Eric on Twitter, and subscribe to his great podcast.
I hope you all enjoyed the interview and please let me know what you thought in the comments below.
Oh and yes I know the umm’s and pauses are terrible on my part.
Please bear with me, it’s what I do when I’m thinking and gathering my thoughts, I’m aware this needs fixing, and it’s something I’m actively working to improve.