STEVEN Bartlett revealed how his note-taking is different to the other dragons after joining the BBC’s Dragon’s Den panel.
Steven is the youngest dragon at only 29, and joined the show as a 28-year-old.
The Botswana-born businessman replaced Tej Lalvani on the 19th season of the BBC show.
Steven told TV Mag how much he writes in his notebook compared to the other Dragons.
He said: “One of the really hilarious things is when the entrepreneur walks through the door in my first pitch I wrote down every detail of everything they said. I was basically transcribing them.
“Where as I looked over at Peter’s diary and he had done like three letters. I look over at Deborah’s and she’s done two words.
“I’m running out of space in this notepad. These guys have built this system where they can just write down the most critical information.
When asked what sets him apart from other dragons, Steven replied: “I have a real unmatched, unbeatable on a world level understanding of modern platform social media, modern marketing techniques, modern trends, modern culture, Gen Z and Millennial culture and the modern world.”
Will Steven follow Sarah Davies and Deborah Meaden footsteps and appear of Strictly Come Dancing?
He answered: “It’s not for me. They love dancing. I get it. If you said to me would I do Soccer Aid, here’s my number.
“I would love to go and play at Old Trafford but I am very focused. I am an entrepreneur. That’s why my heart beats. I just want to do that and build businesses.”
The Mancunian runs several companies and has also published a book; Happy Sexy Millionaire: Unexpected Truths about Fulfilment, Love and Success.
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Steven dropped out of university to run The Social Chain and Media Chain, which he founded at age 22.
Five years later he took the firm public, and in 2021 he announced two new companies, Thirdweb and Flight Story.
His book made the Sunday Times best-seller list, while his podcast, The Diary of a CEO, regularly tops listener number charts.
Steven has been featured in Forbes’ 30 under 30 list and has won accolades at the Black British Business Awards.
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