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Austin Betzer

Growing up in foster care and dropping out of free college.
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Learning to Solve Problems Effectively with Austin Betzer (Strides Development)

March 18, 2021
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48:52
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Show Notes

After finishing up production on an exciting first season, we asked our founder, lead developer, and your co-host of this podcast to come on and tell his story.

Austin’s background includes everything from growing up in foster care to dropping out of college after landing a full-ride scholarship, and ultimately landing massive app development budgets in his full-service app development agency, Strides Development. 

As we dive in with Austin, you’ll see how he approaches learning something new — and it’s ALL IN. 

As a part of a huge foster family, he learned that he could use his powers of persuasion to “trick” his siblings into doing things that were good for them.

In his brief door-to-door sales career he learned that he could “hack” his way to success by going against what everyone else was doing. 

This is a fun episode and there are a ton of takeaways about learning, skill acquisition, and starting a new venture.

We hope you enjoy.

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This show is produced by Strides Development, a full-service app development agency. 

We specialize in taking your ideas and turning them into a finished app in only a few months. 

If you have an app you’re building, we would love to talk to you. You can schedule your free strategy call by clicking here.

Make sure you’re following Strides on Instagram and Linkedin.

Full Video Interview

Want to see the entire interview behind this episode? Watch the full-length version here.

Guest Appearance:

LEFT: Austin Betzer

TOP RIGHT: Bowdrie Price

BOTTOM RIGHT: Shane Kofoed

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