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Shark Tank has become my binge show. When I need to unplug from daily tasks, I flip on Hulu TV and have all 10 seasons available. For those that aren’t familiar, Shark Tank is a reality show set in what feels like a high-class conference room. Promising entrepreneurial-types come to present their business or product ideas to a group of 5 to 6 investors, hoping to exchange equity for funding. The investors, the Sharks of the shark tank, include multi-millionaire and billionaire tycoons such as Mark Cuban, Lori Greiner, and Kevin O’Leary. It’s a subject that is able to be successfully dramatized as people’s lives change because they came up with a real business idea, or they’re sliced and diced in front of millions of viewers, crushing their dreams. I love it. It’s generally a humbling experience for some as they present their big idea along with their valuation of the company. This is what it’s worth based on its accrued revenue. …


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