Today’s guest is Brent Beshore is the CEO and founder of adventur.es, a family of companies that invests in family-owned companies looking towards retirement and/or expansion.
At just 34 years of age, he’s produced impressive results, building a portfolio of five private companies. He lives in Missouri and has built adventur.es with no outside investors.
In this episode, Brent Beshore shares his winding journey, what he’s learned from it, and specifically the concepts that have impacted his life the most – mental models, opportunity cost, antifragility, market inefficiencies, margin of safety, and time horizons.
Brent discusses how he thinks about role models, and specifically, how Charlie Munger and Warren Buffett have impacted his thinking. Later in the episode, Brent gives thoughts on networking, building a personal brand, and how he achieves intellectual honesty.
There’s a lot to admire about Brent and I hope you enjoy this episode.