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Ten years ago, Nathan Chan started Foundr Magazine to discover what it takes to build a successful business. A decade on, he’s learned the sacrifice, victories, and obstacles that it takes to create a company of value for a global community of students. In this special episode, foundr’s contributing editor, Luke Ferris, puts Chan on the hot seat to reflect on the 10-year anniversary of foundr.
Listen to Luke and Nathan discuss:
- Nathan’s childhood and first jobs
- The origins of foundr
- Discovering a feeling of euphoria with foundr
- How he overcame burnout
- Memorable interviews over the decade
- What he’s learned from foundr students
- How he’s changed as a person and leader
- What’s next for foundr
- And more founder advice…
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