May 31 • 2HR 1M

David Senra of Founders Podcast (Podcast #11)

Podcast #11 with David Senra of Founders Podcast

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We cover so much ground in this conversation with friend-of-the-show David Senra (🎙📚) of the excellent-like-I-mean-it-go-subscribe Founders Podcast, I won’t even attempt to summarize it.

What I learned most from David is the power of focus and knowing what it takes to do great work. We talk about it in the context of what we do, but I’m sure it translates to whatever you’re trying to achieve.

I’ll just say that I bet no other single podcast in the history of the world will have covered Ed Thorpe, Michael Jordan, Mark Leonard, Rick Rubin, Edwin Land, Charlie Munger, Steve Jobs, John D. Rockefeller, Claude Shannon, Warren Buffett, and Jim Simmonsin the same episode!

I really really enjoyed this conversation, and I hope you’ll do too.

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🎧 Other podcasts mentioned in this episode

We also mention two previous podcasts (sometimes it feels like my pods are like the Marvel universe — there are references between the ‘franchises’). If you’re curious about them, here are convenient links:

🏃‍♂️💰 More on Ed Thorpe 🧠 👨‍👩‍👦‍👦

What good timing!

David and I spent a fair amount of time talking about Ed Thorpe on the podcast, and right after we were done recording, friend-of-the-show and OG supporter (💚 🥃 🎩) Nick Ellis pointed me to a podcast that Tim Ferriss has just released:


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