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Mark Cuban On Business, Investing And Life/Work

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  1. Drake Jamil

    Thank you for the upload!

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  2. agostina bertani

    this is from 2013

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  3. Benny

    “i have been watching you from afar” well… the secret is out

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  4. BestyouPRO

    Thanks for uploading Investor Archive. Really Love your content.

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  5. Mitchell Smith

    Do you have the contact of the person who did the interview?

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  6. The Life and Times of Grizzly Damo

    Mark “Cuban”??!?! WOW!!! MAN< CAN I INTERVIEW YOU FOR MY FANZINE?!?! IT HAS AN UNLIMNITED NUMEBR OF READERSHIPS 8)

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  7. Jimmy Medina

    It’s just amazing to hear from Mark how he demystifies the life of a billionaire. In face of all this get rich quick, live a lavish life, filled with a crazy sex lifestyle, no work required, online programs. At the same time, Mark touches on the 7 Sins. Mark just lays it out like it is: first, you gotta do the work. No matter what course you buy out there, stay real and know that you gotta do the work. There’s no bulletproof get rich quick system. Or to be more exact, the sin of Sloth: the avoidance of physical work. Second, Mark says, I live a normal life with my kids, working from home. Do my own shopping, get together with my family. Compared that to what get rich quick courses try to sell you. An extravagant life filled with extreme sex life. Or to be more exact he demystifies the sin of Lust. Third, Mark says that we entrepreneurs lie to ourselves a lot of times. Saying we can do it, we’re gonna do it, and then just don’t follow through. This excessive belief on your own abilities. This derails us into over promising, and under delivering. Or to be more exact on the sin of Pride. And last as to what could be construed as Mark’s desire to win in business as Greed by many people. I think it’s more about the desire to work on a challenge. Putting yourself in the position of learning courses beyond your reach, classes that other peers older than you are taking. I also believe that there’s no greater gratitude in life than enjoying the process of being challenged, than then mere notion of knowing you won it. The winning moment lasts 10 seconds. The process takes years of preparation, sweating, planning, learning, failing, and trying again until you overcome it. Thank you I/A for posting such great content! We just learn tons of wisdom from your great video collection. Thank you!

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  8. John Maher

    Great channel! Highly underrated!

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  9. sangram singh

    why is she flirting with him so much??

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  10. Hardcore

    Interviewer flirting instead of asking important questions.

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  11. Randy Diaz

    she didnt flirt at all?

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  12. Faisal Muhammad

    Some very valid points and nicely conducted interview. Thanks

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  13. Luis Alberto Lemus Mejia

    Good info.

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