Using the Investor Frame in Real Life with Anne Amagrande

When you’re faced with a lot of options, how do you decide which one will take you where you want to go? If you’re taking the wishes of your partners, what the future might look like two years down the road, and what would make everyone else happy, you and your game can easily get lost. Here’s how to make sure you stay focused on getting closer to what you want. Anne Amagrande is an economist by education and a real estate investor and teacher with a passion for education in her everyday life. Anne also comes from a family of entrepreneurs, where she learned her love for innovating and looking past the ordinary. On this episode of the Rigging the Game podcast, Dan and Anne dig into what it means to play your game rather than someone else’s (and how Anne learned that lesson the tough way), what the Investor Frame looks like in action, and how to evaluate your decisions and your path forward in terms of microsteps instead of thinking eight steps ahead. Tune in for a framework that will help you approach big decisions with more clarity than ever.

Key Takeaways

  • Why being a person who considers all the risks involved in a situation can come off as negative, and why that’s really not the case.
  • How Anne applies the Investor Frame to everything from her business decisions to her partnerships.
  • Why you have to know yourself before you can figure out the next right step for you and your business.


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