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What’s the startup scene like in your community? Andrew Berkowitz wants to know. No matter where in the world you live, Andrew says that you can related to every other entrepreneur on the planet. We all speak the same language.

Andrew Berkowitz is a serial entrepreneur, speaker, and podcast host. He is currently Head of Product at Tradeversity and founder of The Global Startup Movement, a weekly podcast featuring entrepreneurs and investors around the world uncovering the startup scene in their communities.


Key Takeaways

  • Entrepreneurship is a universal language
  • Entrepreneurs everywhere struggle with self-doubt and the imposter syndrome
  • The struggle is the point of entrepreneurship, it’s about growing and learning
  • Emotional downturns help you grow as a person
  • The difference between entrepreneurs and everyone else is that entrepreneurs dive in on just a hunch
  • It’s not just about building something, it’s about helping the community grow
  • A startup community needs smart capital and mentorship
  • Your first ventures will probably fail, and that’s a good thing
  • A good marketing plan is more important than a good product
  • You’re going to win or you’re going to learn
  • Always be consuming content
  • You don’t need to have it figured out, just go for it

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