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What happens when two friends start a business?

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#87 - How Joshua Ogundu found a therapist

Jul 22 • 36:12
Nathan and Dan welcome Joshua Ogundu, a fellow member of the LA tech community, to the podcast for an open and insightful conversation about the benefits of therapy, and why it's never too late to begin. Take it from Joshua, whose openness about recently starting therapy is an inspiration, and a reminder that the practice can yield surprising results, from pattern recognit...

#87 - Ali Montag on why The Narrative isn't worth chasing

Jul 19 • 41:03

#85 - Understanding the cofounder relationship through...Game Theory?

Jul 12 • 18:37
Hot off a week spent brushing up on the finer points of game theory, Dan tells Nathan why a study in human behavior—specifically, cooperation—has conclusions that put cofounder relationships into a fresh new context. It turns out that just because the stakes of every interaction between founders may not be life and death, social biology makes a good rubric for understandin...

#84 - Working late is lately working

Jun 25 • 16:55
Nathan's been staying up to write into the wee hours of the night. Talking with Dan about how he balances sporadic work habits with a cohabitating relationship, he drills down on a larger question: how do we decide what's important? As the cofounders exchange their ongoing rubrics for prioritizing tasks, they hit on something crucial about running a business: you don't jus...

#83 - Managing burnout by...working more?

Jun 18 • 19:44

#82 - Celebrating Every Day

Jun 15 • 19:29

#81 - Confronting a panic attack

Jun 8 • 16:19

#80 - Alex Lieberman opens up about his move from CEO to Executive Chairman of Morning Brew

Jun 5 • 47:17
“I would say the last 3 months have been probably the most anxious months of the last 6 years for me.”

Alex Lieberman’s identity for the past 7 years has been almost entirely about being the co-founder and CEO of Morning Brew. He created it from scratch, grew it to a $20m business, and then sold it for a reported ~$75m to Axel Springer, the parent company of Insider.

But now...

#79 - Is Nathan unmanageable?

May 22 • 18:00

#78 - We got to record an episode in person. What's next?

May 20 • 15:23

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