Psychology of Entrepreneurship

79. Volume: Erik Huberman: The Victim Complex

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Focusing on the negative gets you nowhere, especially in business. If you don’t want to be a victim of yourself, it’s simple. Don’t be one.
In this volume of The Psychology of Entrepreneurship
Erik Huberman doesn’t believe in the victim complex. And it shows.
“Well, if you go in expecting it to be a shit show, it's a shit show.”
As the founder and CEO of Hawke Media, the fastest-growing marketing consultancy in America, Erik Huberman knows a thing or two about business. And he didn’t get here by playing “Mr Nice Guy.” Well, ok, Erik is indeed a nice guy. But he doesn’t put up with crap, and he credits that attitude to getting him this far.
In this volume, we’re presenting you with Erik’s entire uncut interview. Sure, we could have fancied it up a bit, but this guy has a lot to say, and we wanted you to hear all of it. In this conversation, Erik and I discuss why you have to hold your own as an entrepreneur. And he tells some pretty poignant and hilarious stories to hone in on this point. I can’t wait for you to hear.
Other Topics Discussed in This Volume:

The Victim Complex
Knowing when to hold your own
The never-ending nature of business
When Covid hit

Links & Resources:
Hawke Media
Erik’s website
Follow Erik on Instagram
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