FTN 81: ADHD Jukebox, with Guest Tim Fargo
Welcome to another episode of Faster Than Normal! I’m thrilled, as always, that you’re joining us!
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Now then – Welcome to Tim Fargo, this week’s FTN guest! Tim has one of the shortest bios known to man, which essentially says “started a company. Went bankrupt. Started another one. Sold it for $20mm. Now run Social Jukebox.”
That’s it. Obviously, I think there’s a little more to the man than that, and you’ll hear about it on this interview. And it’s a good one. Got kids who have ever failed? You ever failed? This is the episode for you.
And of course, Tim is massively ADHD. We knew that from his bio, though.