How do you successfully build a business? And is entreprenuership something that can be developed, or are you born with it? Kevin O’Leary is an incredibly successful entrepreneur and investor. He stars in ABC’s Shark Tankand runs his own financial services company. Known as “Mr. Wonderful” on TV, O’Leary draws from his own life experience in giving advice to people just starting out. In this episode, he talks about what he sees in millennial entrepreneurs, how the most successful companies he’s invested in are run by women, and why government regulations are impeding the growth of companies. He calls startups the “bedrock of the American economy.”
Discover more about what’s discussed in this episode by exploring the links below.
- Shark Tank, ABC
- ‘Shark Tank’ star Kevin O’Leary reveals the super-easy productivity hack he uses every day to be successful, CNBC
- The No. 1 lesson ‘Shark Tank’ star Kevin O’Leary learned after being fired from his first job, CNBC
- Manufacturing in America: The Millennial Way to Make Things, The Aspen Ideas Festival
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