Who's your Favorite Shark on the Shark Tank?
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Shark Tank Show?
I Very Much Appreciate them giving their approval for this blog. A little biased in my opinion? We'll maybe just a little :') But it's hard to argue they both made some terrific deals this past season and every contestant that I can find that made deals with either of them, are very happy indeed.
I would also add Mark Cuban to the list. Mark seems to have settled down a bit (just a little) this season and doesn't seem so eager to get involved fighting with the other Sharks, especially if the entrepreneur's not willing to negotiate with him. His 24-second clock may be a little annoying to some, but to Cuban, it is a fair offer and he can see first hand if you are willing to make very important decisions in a moments notice. A trait found in ALL Successful Entrepreneurs!
Depending on the type of product or service I was to bring into the Shark Tank, Barbara Corcoran certainly would be a Great Partner for several types of ventures. She has an extremely high track record for making the products She invests in Very Successful, even if it happens to be way out of her element. A very good example would be the Cousins Maine Lobster Business that she invested in earlier in season 4. What does Barbara know about the Food Truck Business? Probably not much, but within a few months time she helped streamline the process so EVERYONE can now order Maine Lobster right to your door.
Then there's Kevin O'Leary (aka Mr. Wonderful) the one we all love to ???. If there is one thing for sure, the Shark Tank Show would not be the same without him. I love him, I hate him, I don't know what to think about him. But I would sure miss him if he ever decides to quit the show. The advice O'Leary freely gives the Entrepreneurs on the Show is the kind of advice myself and several million other Shark Tank Fans hope to learn about. Yes, he usually gets right to the point and will tell you exactly what he thinks about your product or invention whether you like it or not, but it's always Great Advise if you have thick enough skin to take it. If you need a tough negotiator on your side, then Kevin's the man.
And finally we have Robert Herjevic the somewhat quiet Shark. Robert seems to of been very conservative in season 4 and almost a little too picky in the offers he's made. No doubt he invested in a few great deals this season but seems to of cut back in the products that he's interested in. Between both the Shark Tank Show and the Dragons Den Show in Canada, I would imagine he has his hands full trying to balance everything he has already invested in over the years. He still is however, the most active Shark on the panel and seems always eager to get up and try any invention that gets on the show. I just wish he would aggressively pursue more business ventures just like the way he drives his professional race car.
So who's your favorite Shark from Season 4?
Would you like to see the same Sharks in Season 5? Or do you think it would be more interesting if the producers brought in new Shark Money from time to time?
Personally, I think it would be interesting having Guest Sharks from time to time. Maybe even add a 6th seat for a guest Angel Investor to give our permanent Sharks a run for their money. A little bit more friendly competition can only be a good thing, especially for the contestant.