Hello everyone and welcome back! This is the 3rd episode of Pocket Thoughts presented by Educating Entrepreneurs and we’ve got a great episode ahead for you guys. Today we talk about our biggest fears, whether it be in life, business, or even in our development in entrepreneurship. During that discussion we take a dive into the school system and how we think students should be taught. Do we need to take those core classes or why is it not encouraged that someone can be the best in the arts, gym, or whatever you have a passion for? Later Joey calls out Bobby for being an arrogant prick and Bobby explains why he is alright with being called that. After breaking down each other fears we talk about the fact that there is no reason not to take a chance. What’s the worst that can happen? Who knows, just by asking that question or talking to that person you have always been scared to talk to because of rejection or whatever excuse you gave yourself for not doing it, it could open up a door to possibilities you never imagined. Don’t forget to like, subscribe, and comment on what you thought of the show and let us know anything you guys want us to talk about for a future podcast. Enjoy the show!
- 1:42 - “Biggest fear in life, biggest fear in business, development in entrepreneurship”
- 4:46 - “Failing should be thought of as learning”
- 12:08 - “Are we trying to make well rounded individuals, so they have places to fall back on, incase they don’t like what they are trying to specialize in? Or do we want to give them a general education all the way up to college and let them decide from there?”
- 17:19 - “Where do you draw the line with being totally fine with failure to the point where it doesn't push you and you’re just okay failing and still having that failure that can drive you on the other side?
- 23:20 - “If you’re scared of failure that you can prevent, just prevent it… That should not be a fear that should cross your mind”
- 31:09 - “Our world is so good at dehumanizing human beings in a sense that they appear to be Gods, but just humanize them, they have to do the same as you”
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