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Business Strategist, Joe Pardo interview Trey and Don of Ride FRSH. Watch their Shark Tank pitch from Season 14 Episode 7 at https://youtu.be/WB36v_czRUU
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Really enjoyed the interview Joe!
I have a feeling these guys are going to be more than okay-
Successful entrepreneurs don’t “fail” until they quit.
This is the definition of an entrepreneur. Not taking “no” for an answer. Yet taking feedback, constantly reinventing & improving, until they get it right.
Shutting down one business and opening another project is “reinventing oneself”, not of business failure.
It doesn’t mean we’re continuing to hit our heads against a brick wall trying to market the same product people don’t need or want. Take the same energy, experience and market something else!
We don’t fail in business, until we quit!
Congratulations in business, and on the new baby ! I bet that bundle of joy is going to be a motivation to work even harder
– these are very engaging gentlemen – I think they’re going to do great in life and business!
hey Joe – I’d like your opinion please
After listening to the process of how to get on shark tank a few times, I’m not so sure the producers are bringing on the most viable candidates for success, so the Sharks’ investment failure rates are understandable.
A responsible business person is flexible, yet often can’t jump and run for Hollywood cameras
The ones that already travel might be ready, as they’re already prepared doing the trade show circuit
But those are limited entrepreneurs
I don’t believe this process brings in the steady folks who plan carefully.
The ones focused on their businesses 24/7, as Kevin demands, simply don’t have time. Do they have to buy their own plane tickets last minute?
I don’t see responsible folks squandering their time and resources trying to get on shark tank to get somebody else to help them.
They’ve got their nose to the grindstone trying to do it themselves. Can’t afford to hire employees. So that time is a top resource, worth more than cash in a sweat equity startup
Entrepreneurs who applied, yet decided not to reapply, had to make a business decision on how their hours would be better spent – gambling on shark tank applications
Or putting that time money and resources back into the business.
The latter are the people who SEEM that they’d be a better investment
Of course there are exceptions – I admire that persistence. Yet there’s only 24 hours in a day? And a sweat equity startup, time is gold.
When people build a new mouse trap that works, those are the ones who might apply 7 times
but those simply making someone else’s mousetrap better?
They need to put the time into marketing – they don’t need sharks for Facebook. And I guess the smart move is, they’re getting on shark tank to get the exposure – so their goal is met. They’ve made a smart move like these guys.
But it’s not investable at the shark tank level
I’m simplifying things and playing devil’s advocate a bit – what do you think?
Is this shark tank process conducive to getting the tortoise, who will likely be more successful than the hare?
OMG!! This is awesome!!
Yeah it is!! I appreciate you Nicole!
great stuff joe! next stop 20k!
Let’s goooooo!!! I appreciate you Jason!
Can you do a episode on skilroll
https://allsharktankproducts.com/shark-tank-products-sports/ski-z-rolling-ski-carrier/ This one? I can add it to my request list. 🙂
@Joe Pardo sorry I missed spelled it it’s silkroll
No problem I got you!
So I’m actually not an entrepreneur yet. I’m a chef but I’m slowly getting ready to open my first place. But their story resonates with me 100%. Just keep grinding until you make it.
There’s a great Chinese saying, excuse me but English is my fourth language so maybe It’s gonna be rough translation. Anyways so the saying is- “in the end everything will work out, and if it didn’t yet, it’s not the end”
Great content Joe, keep grinding, I hope you will get more and more viewers, because you provide worthy content. Cheers
Very insightful interview guys props to the guys of Ride FRSH <3
Glad you enjoyed it!!