Kill Bigger Radio with Kyle Keegan

Kill Bigger Radio with Kyle Keegan

Big Thinking Business Content and Austrian Economics through the Lens of Entrepreneur, Kyle Keegan. KBRS is about diving deep into entrepreneurship, leadership and free-market capitalism. This is not the onepreneur show. This is not the 4 Hour Workweek. This show is about building businesses that are bigger than us. "We build things that matter. We build things that last. We Kill Bigger." Let's change the world together! New episodes are recorded several times per week. Learn more about the show at: killbigger.com... Show More

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September 24, 2020 38 min

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. 


Article can be found here: https://mises.org/wire/should-billionaires-exist


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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 the businesses and industries.  There is ENDLESS opportunity hiding in plain sight!


I got inspired by the cup of coffee sitting on my desk and the IMMENSE human cooperation went into it showing up here today an...

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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. Onepreneurship does make this tremendously harder, but not even close to impossible.


How rare is it for entrepreneurs to earn over $60k per month? https://www.thefastlaneforum.com/community/threads/how-rare-is-it-for-...

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September 18, 2020 44 min

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. Check out the following:

The Men Who Built America FREE ON PRIME VIDEO! https://amzn.to/3knhfJ3

Titan: John D Rockefeller https://amzn.to/3c5PoKP

Henry Ford: My Life and Work https://amzn.to/33xpfAF

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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? Entrepreneurs, inventors, investors and visionaries. Let's learn from the past and be part of the value that builds our future. 


I mentioned the Cornelius Vanderbilt book on the show: https://amzn.to/32zXd8q

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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 "intellectual" communists. Unbelievable, given the name of the publication. 

Colin Mayer, Leo E. Strine Jr. and Jaap Winter... If you thought your Marxist propaganda disguised as intellectual fact was going to f...

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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 "power to the people" whilst begging for authoritarin state control over all aspects of our lives, liberty and property. 

Between books defending looting... Governments shutting down private businesses... An...

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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 about a few areas of the economy that it might affect. Finally, I talk about the link between inflation and employment numbers. 

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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 per year and building his dreams.

The Moneyist Entitlement Column:

https://www.marketwatch.com/column/the-moneyist?mod=personal-finance

Charlie Munger’s Advice:

https://www.cnbc.com/2019/02/21/95-year-old-bill...

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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 how much money stupidity can earn these days. The fact that you guys are here. The fact that you guys are putting effort into learning and growing will mean a lot. Put in the work and don't give up and your sh...

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September 9, 2020 27 min

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 charts, we are now on them! Thank you to my listeners for getting us this far, and I am excited for this to continue!

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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 mean for the economy as a whole and human prosperity? I put the teacher hat on and dive into the economic implications of AI.

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September 7, 2020 21 min

On today's episode of KBRS, I chat a little bit about labor day. The central message is... The employee's and employer's interests are aligned! Who is best at determining what is in one's best interest? Find out!

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Today I discuss an investing.com article about brands that have not stood the test of time. I also go into the economic implications of where we find ourselves at this moment in time. Stimulus much?

https://za.investing.com/magazine/iconic-brands-and-products-to-get-ahold-of-now-before-they-disappear/

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September 3, 2020 37 min

Today, inspired by this forum thread and some discussions with a friend that is active in that thread, I wanted to put out a show discussing the virtue of business. Is it moral to conduct business? Is it virtuous to produce? Find out in this episode of KBRS!

I discussed some content from the following books:

Thou Shall Prosper by Rabbi Daniel Lapin

Good Profit by Charles Koch

I also mentioned the economist F. A. Hayek... I can'...

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I let the commentary pile up again for another episode of KBRS.... I spend some time discussing the point of my commentary. I talk about our recession and market boom. I talk about inflation a little bit and then I talk about the FED... Yes, THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANK, saying that they are going to try to "do something" about racial inequality. Then... I talk about the riots. 

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September 1, 2020 24 min

In this episode of KBRS I take some listener questions and make a complete show out of it. We spend a little time on hiring, making a splash and standing out against competition and also minimum viable products, limiting assumption and proof of concept.

How did I make my humidor business stand out in a crowded market? What do I do with employees? Do I like MVPs?

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I mentioned Extreme Ownership in this episode!

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August 31, 2020 39 min
Have some ideas and don't know where to start? Considering another business and don't know where to start? I am going to tell you how to go from just simply an idea to something more defined in this episode of KBRS! ENJOY! Want to keep "Killing Bigger?" Be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcasting app! Send in your voicemail and be featured on the show! Looking for your next book? Check Out KillBigger.com Write ...
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August 28, 2020 24 min

Today, I recap the the FED just a little bit, mention the hurricane and go on to talk about Jets, Yachts, Maybachs and Mansions! 

Happy Friday! Enjoy the show!

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August 26, 2020 34 min

Today, we take a look at The Federal Reserve and answer the following questions. What is the point of the FED? What are the unintended consequences of a centrally controlled monetary system? What is currently going on with the FED today. This is a more complex issue so I did my best to kind of put that teacher hat on today and pick it apart again.  

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