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An interview with Dan Gilbert is the highlight of our first show: StartupNation Radio

dan-gilbertWe spent most of the hour talking to Gilbert about what he thinks the keys are to being successful, whether you are a solo entrepreneur, own a small business, or run a large corporation.  Here are some highlights:

  • Why is office culture more important than a spreadsheet?
  • What made Gilbert decide to move his entire enterprise to downtown Detroit and make such a big bet on the city?
  • Are entrepreneurs born or can they be made?
  • What is the one quality that he thinks made him successful?

All these and more.

Listen to the conversation below.

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