Films & Podcasts on the Human Experience

Managing Relationships

Show Notes

Learn how Dean manages his co-founder relationship like a marriage and being a father entrepreneur…
  1. Be radically transparent, treat your co-founder like you are a married couple
  2. Focus on tasks that move the needle
  3. Make sure you understand¬†why you are doing what you’re doing.
Dean Collura

A conversation with Dean Collura

In the show’s first interview, I sit down with my old buddy from school to talk about his journey and success in finding a co-founder (by treating it like a marriage), and the emotional challenges of being a father entrepreneur.

Resources Mentioned

  • The One Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results: Achieve your goals with one of the world’s bestselling success books (Basic Skills) by Gary Keller

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Dean Collura

Dean Collura

Dean Collura has a proven track record of creating new markets and organizational growth. He is an innovative problem solver, leader by example and effective communicator with abilities to generate and sustain high level relationships to execute corporate initiatives.

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