SMM- Telling the Stories of the Economy’s True Heroes, Entrepreneurs

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Randy – @randallkjones

Eric Schurenberg – @EricSchurenberg

 

Show Notes by Show Producer: Anna Nygren

 

In this episode, Randy and Eric discuss:

  • How Eric approached going from Editor and Chief of Inc. Magazine to CEO of Mansueto Ventures
  • Are we overdoing the “entrepreneur” job pursuit?
  • Having entrepreneurial spirit
  • Distributing content

Key Takeaways:

  • Entrepreneurs are the ones who have the best stories – the most drama, are the most open to talking, and their actions are consequential
  • Eric feels the free enterprise economy can’t exist without entrepreneurs… they are the true heroes of the American economy
  • By having your business verified and listed on Inc.com, it increases your search engine value
  • You can’t get too settled in a dynamic free enterprise economy

 

 

“There’s a general recognition that job creation and innovation, the real vitality of a free enterprise economy starts with the small companies… starts with people who go out and pursue an idea.” – Eric Shurenberg

 

Connect with Eric Schurenberg:

Twitter: @EricSchurenberg

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ericschurenberg/

Website: http://www.ericschurenberg.com/

 

Connect with Randall Kenneth Jones:

Twitter: @randallkjones

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mindzoo/

Website: http://randallkennethjones.com/

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