About This Week’s GuestTrajan King

Trajan King

Trajan has worked and lived in 6 countries, speaks a handful of languages and works for clients worldwide.He’s consulted for Apple, Adobe, Yahoo!, eBay, IBM and others.  He currently runs a membership community for entrepreneurs, InvincibleStartup.com. After starting over 15 companies, running a couple of multi-million dollar companies, working on both Wall Street and Silicon Valley, he helps companies worldwide grow and earn more money.

He’s consulted for Apple, Adobe, Yahoo!, eBay, IBM and others.He currently runs a membership community for entrepreneurs, InvincibleStartup.com. After starting over 15 companies, running a couple of multi-million dollar companies, working on both Wall Street and Silicon Valley, he helps companies worldwide grow and earn more money.

He currently runs a membership community for entrepreneurs, InvincibleStartup.com.After starting over 15 companies, running a couple of multi-million dollar companies, working on both Wall Street and Silicon Valley, he helps companies worldwide grow and earn more money.

After starting over 15 companies, running a couple of multi-million dollar companies, working on both Wall Street and Silicon Valley, he helps companies worldwide grow and earn more money.

His three tips to become more culturally competent are:

  1. Meet people from different cultures and take an interest in them. See what you can learn from them first.
  2. Don’t just watch the news and make your judgement from this. Watch different sources of news, watch a YouTube video on the culture, open an English newspaper site from that specific country.
  3. Learn a bit of the language. It shows respect and even if you get it wrong people will appreciate you for it.

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