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Gagan: Yeah, exactly. Andrew: Are Bubba and Darian investors in addition to being advisors? Andrew: Hey, everyone. Don’t give them an update on the business. And he said, “Yes. I’m a huge fan of Mixergy, have watched many, many of the videos, and am happy to be on the other side of the coin now. Gagan: Unless someone’s out of town, you should never accept a phone call as a pitch after you’re on Angel List. I think I did my duty. I’m usually not a fan of no-refund policies but with the super-cheap trial that Trends has I think it’s fair. Sam started a newsletter to promote Hustle Con and that grew into The Hustle. But what I mean is, Oh, you were cash poor, you weren’t like, it’s not like the whole time at Udemy didn’t pay off. Correct but many rounds. What was a social thing? Andrew: Okay. And I thought that was really cool, and so I got hooked really fast.

And then I grew up doing that in my summers, and I loved it. Gagan Biyani cofounded Udemy, an online education company worth $2 billion.

And then Sprague was a whole nother level. And we’re so happy now. And I will Apple.

But when I was in high school in 9th grade, I joined speech and debate. Now, he writes and teaches other entrepreneurs at.

I I had enough money even though and I I paid myself a notch. If you listen to this interview, you’ll hear how a methodical thinker systematically knocks obstacles out his way and creates opportunities. Premium market insights and a high-level private community for entrepreneurs. Biyani founded the Growth Hackers Conference in 2013,[20] which he co-founded with Erin Turner. Is it weird to constantly be in different homes all the time? What if it wasn’t? Gagan: Sure, yeah. Andrew Warner 0:05

Like I would go to events and get coffee with random entrepreneurs who had started companies.

I watch talks from . But it doesn’t change the fact that there are plenty of people who are happy Continue to do amazing work. Yeah, I was mostly too interested and turn girls off. And I probably didn’t need to, as you said, I mean, I think the truth is, as a, you know, I could look back at my 16 to 23 year old self or 25 year old self and say, reasonably sociable, you know, people people certainly enjoyed having me around, and I was, you know, valuable and I think that the negative anxiety caused a few incidents that I wouldn’t have liked to happen where I, you know, got mad at a friend or gotten a fight or whatever and nothing serious. Andrew Warner 1:14:24 I didn’t think that the hustle of it was what I wanted. We’re raising our round.

So that’s the first thing that I was good at. And I had great friends there. And that by going out and exploring the world, you had a deeper, richer understanding of what was out there that you could bring into something else. And so yeah, we’re talking about, I think in the next couple days, we’re going to do something like that. There’s still parts of our pitch that we haven’t been able to perfect, but at least we know that it wasn’t working because we pitched so many people. Gagan Biyani 43:14

We actually got questions from people saying, “How big is your market?” In fact, there are people who did not invest in us because they thought our market was too small. Because people are taught by our involvement in democratic politics, we’re essentially taught the statistics of likelihood of success and are taught that certain people are worse off than others. To put that in perspective, it was literally February of 2009. . This is a pretty sweet deal. I noticed that as we were talking earlier. So people were actually using video to teach music. Tell me if you need any lead time.” Then we closed the round early.

Well, on the one hand, not having money, made it so that I started my first business. Or she was a partner of the firm that invests in our seed round.

Not because I want to send ties it but more because I can’t tell the story honestly, without having emotions in it when I’m saying it in a video or audio recording, but I can when I write it, because I can edit out the negative emotions. But secretly, I was nervous — it didn't feel like a done deal. I don’t know the answer. I have received a link on linkedIn regarding SBE stories during the recession 2018 and currently and felt like Trends is a great way to help my business at this stage with networking, but I was not sure how much was the monthly / yearly cost, so I looked it up and pump into your story. We were on Angel List the other day, etc.” But if you bring up anything that is about team or about advisors or anything else, you’re adding risk to the investment because the person who’s investing, for all you know they may not like that person. And I remember thinking about that it seems such a small thing but it is a big thing. And we were not an upper middle class neighborhood, even in Fremont, right. But I and that was the only investment I made. Gagan Biyani 1:05:29 I had not I bought a home. Some sub-domain of you site that I was on earlier today.

Some posts and comments from the Facebook group that speak to the value of Trends….

Andrew Warner 1:13:41 And so we built the initial version of Sprague I think, fundamentally for myself. warm.

my pitches to Adeo were so bad that I wouldn’t have been able to raise a dollar from that pitch. Teaching is great. Andrew: I appreciate it. In Austin: http://reverse-vc-party-austin.eventbrite.com/. It’s a beautiful place for kids to grow up with amongst a bunch of people whose families were doing much better than us. But I, I knew that I wanted to get another perspective. Totally.

The other thing though, was that I looked at you to me and saw this company that I felt like I had a chip on my shoulder about the company because I never felt like people in the valley took it seriously or invested in it in the way that I wanted them to.

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