Episodes

The Importance of Differentiation - Ep 94

Oct. 13, 2020

A lot of entrepreneurs play in a noisy market... That makes the need for RELEVANT differentiation SO important. Think like a consumer and find ways to stand out in a crowded market... OR create a new market. Want to keep "K…

I "Survived" Coronavirus - Ep 93

Oct. 12, 2020

Yes, ladies and gentlemen, my wife and I had coronavirus and recovered. I am using the word "survived" sarcastically. Yeah, we had it. It wasn't that bad. Today, we look at human nature and a natural tendency toward self-gov…

NOW Is The Right Time To SCALE - Ep 92

Oct. 9, 2020

In this episode of KBRS, I dive in to a question I was asked privately on the forum. An entrepreneur wants to make the transition from his day job to full time entrepreneurship. I show how EVEN in the VERY INFANCY of his ent…

Why Big Tech Breakups = Armed Robbery - Ep 91

Oct. 7, 2020

Once again, big tech and monopolies are in the headlines. I can't believe how many supposedly free-market people are into this. I understand I have the unpopular opinion here, but I need to rest my peace on this. Breaking up…

Excuses End NOW! - Ep 90

Oct. 6, 2020

Entrepreneurs can get tunnel vision. Objectively look at the things you say and the limiting beliefs you have... Are they excuses?  In this episode, I look at several common excuses that entrepreneurs make and I dispel them.…

Objective vs Subjective Value, The CPI and Inflation - Ep 89

Oct. 5, 2020

In this episode we look at subjective vs objective value theory and how it relates to inflation.  Is the consumer price index the all knowing index of infinite inflationary data? No. We explore why stimulus absolutely DOES …

7 Things About Entrepreneurship I Wish Someone Told Me As A Kid! - Ep 88

Oct. 2, 2020

I was inspired by a thread on thefastlaneforum.com from a 16 year old kid that wants to be an entrepreneur. As someone that also started young, these are the 7 things I wish someone would have told me from the beginning! I …

Why Do BRILLIANT People with BRILLIANT Ideas Fail To Build BRILLIANT Companies? - Ep 87

Oct. 1, 2020

This episode is inspired by a brilliant project I know of that never got off the ground in any significant way. Why do unbelievably smart people sometimes fail to build amazing businesses out of their amazing ideas? Just bec…

Entrepreneurs Innovate Environmental Improvements - Ep 86

Sept. 30, 2020

Happy International Podcast Day! On today's episode of KBRS we chat briefly about last night's Presidential Debate and then dive a bit deeper into both of the candidate's complete disregard for what actually drives environme…

Donald Trump's Tax Returns - Ep 85

Sept. 28, 2020

The headlines finally emerged. The reporting inaccuracies are flying. The lies abound. I had to get this out. Loss carry forward is important. The lies of the mainstream media are egregious.  Want to keep "Killing Bigger?" …

People Skills - Ep 84

Sept. 28, 2020

If you want to build something that is bigger than you, you need people. People are your customers. People are your partners. People are your investors. People are your employees. If we want to be more than just some Tim Fer…

Stimulus, Gold, Confiscatory Taxes and Ginsburg - Ep 83

Sept. 25, 2020

I had another variety show! Check this one out for commentary on the forthcoming stimulus package, gold, confiscatory taxes on the rich and Ruth Bader Ginsburg.  Want to keep "Killing Bigger?" Be sure to subscribe on your …

Should Billionaires Exist? - Ep 82

Sept. 24, 2020

For this episode of KBRS, I wanted to address this new Marxist question floating around in today's brave new world. Yes. Billionaires should exist. I found an amazing article from The Mises Institute on this subject matter. …

The Cup Of Coffee: A Business Lesson In MASSIVE Human Cooperation - Ep 81

Sept. 22, 2020

Business equals large scale human cooperation. Do you ever wonder why I talk about the economy so much? While a CEO looks at his or her business from a 30k foot view, an economist looks at the 60k foot view and examines all …

$60k Per Month? OF COURSE! Think Scale! - Ep 80

Sept. 21, 2020

In this episode of KBRS I address the question from the Fastlane Forum about how likely it is to start a $60k per month business. This VERY possible, this is also far more likely when the business is bigger than you. Onepren…

Entrepreneurship Defined - Ep 79

Sept. 18, 2020

On today's episode of KBRS, we go back to the basics. What are our reasons for being entrepreneurs? What does it take to be entrepreneurs? There is some very good content mentioned for your weekend consumption pleasure. Chec…

A Century of Tech: Building The Future - Ep 78

Sept. 17, 2020

Today on KBRS I take a look at "The Roaring Twenties." What kind of technology did they have? Is everything that is ever going to be thought of, already thought of? No. What and who made the world what it is today? Entrepren…

Fortune Magazine is a Commie Rag Now? - Ep 77

Sept. 16, 2020

In this episode I felt the need to stick up for a dead man. Milton Freidman. The man has done a TON of good advancing the principles of free market economics. I pick apart a Fortune Magazine article written by three "intelle…

Property Rights: A Foundation of Entrepreneurship and Liberty - Ep 76

Sept. 15, 2020

I never thought, that in my lifetime, I would have to defend property rights. Right now there are people that think it is a good idea to abolish private property. The notion often comes from people who chant things like "pow…

Changing The World, A Decentralization Trend, Inflation's Relationship With Employment Numbers- Ep 75

Sept. 14, 2020

On this 75th episode of KBRS we discuss changing the world. Are you someone that changes the world or are you someone that is changed by the world? I have also noticed a decentralization trend which is interesting and talk a…

"The Moneyist" for Laughs, Charlie Munger, and The $25k/Year Uber Driver - Ep 74

Sept. 11, 2020

On this episode of KBRS I have some supporting proof for your ship coming in! We sarcastically discuss The Moneyist column on MarketWatch. We talk about Charlie Munger’s life advice and a guy that is patiently making $25k pe…

Your Ship Will Come In. Why? Continuous Learning - Ep 73

Sept. 10, 2020

As long as you are going to be in the room... You might as well try to be the smartest in it.  I had a short one for you guys today! This was inspired by a lunch discussion with my brother... We are both astonished by the ho…

The $300,000 Haircut - Ep 72

Sept. 9, 2020

What is a $300,000 haircut? I was curious too. This episode is based on an article I read in the WSJ about Warren Buffett... I also am super excited to talk about some of the movement in the charts! The infamous podcast char…

Will AI Impoverish Everyone? Absolutely NOT - Ep 71

Sept. 8, 2020

Some people think they are super smart when they claim that AI is going to take all the jobs. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to determine that some jobs are going to get easier and cheaper to complete... What does this m…