Business Tips: Coffee & Commerce Episode 26: Ben and Bobby Hundreds

Business Tips: Coffee & Commerce Episode 26: Ben and Bobby Hundreds

Awesome Tip: Coffee & Commerce Episode 26: Ben and Bobby Hundreds



Super excited for you to join us on another episode of Coffee & Commerce! Today’s episode will be with Ben Hundreds and Bobby Hundreds!

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19 Replies to “Business Tips: Coffee & Commerce Episode 26: Ben and Bobby Hundreds”

  1. I don't understand why Gary doesn't talk about his wrong prediction. Back in 2015-2017 he was talking about how his goal was to wait for the economy to crash so he can buy under priced companies, build them back, and sell them. Now the economy is bailed out by the fed, so prices never crash. How is he supposed to buy Adidas on the penny ?

  2. Curious about something. So a bit of info:
    I passed all of my college exams(electrical engineering) with a 8.9 average/10, due to corona took a year off to work on the final project to graduate.. But after 7 months I still havent started and I ..dont even think i want to. I hate it. It was a mistake to start college in that path..kinda figured that out in 1st year after falling in love with Korean language, culture, people and wanted to focus on that, but I didn’t want to dissapoint parents and “waste” that year to change colleges.. and than 1 year turned into 3, now 4 and I still am in this situation. What do I even do. I’ve come this far and all of my family is saying everyday.. are you working on that project? When are you getting “the paper”(degree)… and I hate it more and more. but .. I also don’t have any job experience to just .. work. What would you suggest to a person in this situation. I know now engineering is not something I want to do in life , lost all interest in it, but I do want to to something related to Korea, Korean culture, language people. What can I do in this situation?

  3. "Insecurity leads to so much bad behavior" Yes Gary, you are right. And insecurity is also what sparks cancel culture. People are too insecure to listen, not even talking about arguing, things that they disagree with.

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