Are you a fan of Tim Ferriss and/or the 4 Hour Work Week? If you haven’t heard, Tim is piloting a TV show – Trial by Fire tonight on this History Channel, where he shows his approach to learning any type of new skill.
The Pilot Episode:
“This episode was shot in HD in Tokyo and the mountains of Nikko, where I rolled the dice on Japanese horseback archery, or yabusame: full gallop, no hands, no safety gear, with wooden poles lining the track on either side of the horse. Please don’t do this at home. I had access to the best in the world, and you’ll get to see some never-before-seen footage of a rare and brutal samurai sport few non-Japanese have ever attempted.”
What does this have to do with Investment in Central America? Nothing, but it has everything do do with entrepreneurial thinking and entrepreneurial adventures. An entrepreneurs ability to master new skills and concepts is key to ones ability to think outside of their comfort zone, and come up with new value propositions for customers.
Tune in tonight on to Trial by Fire. Plus as a bonus, there will be live QA with Tim online after the episode.
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