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Dan Steininger is on the show today and Dan was one of Mike’s first 20 podcast guests. He’s back today for a special reason but before we get into that, here’s a little bio on Dan. Dan is or has been a lawyer, a columnist and author of his bestselling book called “Move Mountains Every Day,” an Eagle Scout, a public company executive, a Harbor Commission President, a member of YPO, the Founder of BizStarts, which is a one stop shop for anyone wanting to start a business or become an entrepreneur, and most recently, a COVID-19 survivor.
Dan is here to share his personal COVID-19 experience with us, including his symptoms, his initial diagnosis and eventual admittance to the hospital, where he spent 2 weeks on oxygen, his recovery status and his tips for anyone dealing with this disease.
Mike and Dan also get into why he believes that this is an old person’s disease, what he thinks about the government’s reaction, the unrealistic metrics that are guiding the re-opening decision making process, the tremendous and unnecessary economic strain and what he would do differently.
And now, here’s Dan Steininger.
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