Shark Tank is a reality TV show where entrepreneurs pitch their business to a panel of wealthy investors in hopes of securing capital to take their business to the next level. In a typical episode, entrepreneurs enter the tank, pitch their business, and negotiate with the investors or the sharks for a piece of their company.
Shark Tank has become one of my favorite shows and has taught me quite a bit about pitching to investors and the steps you need to take in order to grow your business. This is what I have learned after watching over 120 episodes.
Throughout the year I try to read as many books as I can. I do this to not only help me stay sharp on business strategies but to also gain new perspectives and approaches to obstacles and problems. Should I also mention that reading business books is actually fun for me?
Here is a list of links with book recommendations from Bill Gates, millionaires, and entrepreneurs.
We all know that Steve Jobs changed the way we compute, listen to music, and watch movies. The Macintosh 128k, that my dad brought home, was the first computer I ever used. Steve Jobs was the Thomas Edison of our time and he will be greatly missed, but never forgotten. Below are some interesting facts I dug up in remembrance of him.