120: Getting the Right People in the Room with Tim Schuster of Popup Think TankPublished September 13, 2022
Run time: 00:38:23
Connecting with curiosity led Tim Schuster to found a church, which then evolved into a business to help other founders.
He joins Michael Roth of The Jed Mahonis Group to talk about how his company, Popup Think Tank, is helping founders get to the next level.
He shares why it’s never too soon for feedback, how to foster better conversation, and what leads to a productive community event (and why you should avoid hosting hybrid ones).
What makes Popup Think Tank different from other community events? Listen in and attend one yourself at this year’s Twin Cities Startup Week.
In this episode, you will learn:
- The value of ideas and connections over money
- Why it’s never too soon to have feedback
- Why you should connect with curiosity
- Simple tips for fostering conversation
- Why hybrid events are a challenge
This episode is brought to you by The Jed Mahonis Group, where we make sense of mobile app development with our non-technical approach to building custom mobile software solutions. Learn more at https://jmg.mn.
Recorded August 23, 2022 | Edited by Jordan Daoust | Produced by Jenny Karkowski
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