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Chamath Palihapitiya is the Founder and Managing Partner of The Social+Capital Partnership (Social Capital) – a venture capital fund based in Palo Alto, CA that incubates and invests in breakthrough companies in healthcare, education, financial services, mobile and enterprise software. Preceding his focus as an investor, Chamath was the longest tenured member of Facebook's senior executive team and helped drive its ascension to one of the most important companies in the world. Prior to Facebook, Chamath had leading roles at The Mayfield Fund, AIM+ICQ and Winamp. In addition to his focus at the fund, Chamath is Owner and Director of the NBA's Golden State Warriors. Chamath was born in Sri Lanka, grew up in Canada, and graduated with a degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Waterloo.

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Chad Fofana
Rejoy Surendran
What is the difference in culture between a south indian and srilankan, between a north indian and pakistani?
OMG > I LOve this! I Wish I'd got this message when I was young .. but .. Now is good!
Mia Anthony
Amazing speaker!
44:16 oh boy
Shubham Gupta
Deshon Miller
This is Beautiful. But isn't it sad that we still have to bring up race and not being honest with one another even in the tech world wow America is not the greatest country but it allows you to fight 4 consumerism on all levels so as I watch this video iLearn that America is run by white supremacy feminism then consumerism there are 200 so-called free countries in the world America is just one of the? Think about PEACE good talk.
Well trump's president now lol
If we all behaved like the title the economy would be toast !!
The valley is full of NEOliberals who inspire to be the next Tim ferris or Zuck
Maxxi Seneca
EVURO inc is waiting for social capital team to respond to us . evurodogleash.com
1Life Resist
Chamath, what a great mind! Except one, I don't agree that winning is everything. It is not, sometimes you lose a game because you have to experience that, its reasons and consequences.
Topper Luciani
need to join the justice league! great idea!
Dimitri Parker
Dam he said what school did your daughter go to? and he didn't even answer
Rajashekar Narayana
Fucking practical and interesting guy, pretty straightforward with his insights.
Cary Chilton
I don't find Chamath to be schooling anyone. He is a Billionaire. Many current Billionaires got there by being at the right time and the right place with something new that creates a viral demand..... There are MANY incredibly smart people who don't care about products or even being super wealthy..... Pure geniuses, often just care about their work. Elon Musk is a billionaire who is really really smart, creates products and continually invests nearly ALL of his money to further his vision. If Elon just wanted to be wealthy, he could have picked a MUCH safer route. Chamath is an Amazon dick-rider, doesn't create value for the world, and you can just see how passive aggressive he is, especially with this smart lady. I would argue on multiple areas, Elon is actually DOING things and CREATING things that will change the future for mankind. HUGE difference. Chamath is a bitcoin shill.... he is just using his influence to strengthen the confidence of bitcoin, which bitcoin needs otherwise fiat currency will crush it.... he is ALL about bitcoin in every interview..... pretty interesting no? Disingenious person, imo
Paul BIT
Oh and the audio is all over the place.
Paul BIT
I love watching these supposed bright sparks who promise us trump has no way of winning! Update from the future he won. Does this mean I've spent an hour watching some muppet who basically just got lucky!
I think this guy could become the next Warren Buffet. I'm definitely putting some money on Social Capital right now. I have never speculated when buying stocks, this will be my first and last exception. Long-term (50 years) investement starting today...
the host. lord he cute.
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How to Keep Your Job as Your Company Earn like Berkshire, Spend 1 day ago   25:11

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A Fireside chat with Steve Blank, Author of The Four Steps to Epiphany, who talks about How to Keep Your Job as Your Company Grows. Interviewed by JD Schramm, Lecturer at Stanford University.

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Entrepreneur-turned-educator, Steve Blank is the Father of Modern Entrepreneurship. Credited with launching the Lean Startup movement, he’s changed how startups are built; how entrepreneurship is taught; how science is commercialized, and how companies and the government innovate.

Steve is the author of The Four Steps to the Epiphany, The Startup Owner’s Manual - and his May 2013 Harvard Business Review cover story defined the Lean Startup movement.

He teaches at Stanford, Columbia, Berkeley and NYU; and created the National Science Foundation Innovation Corps -- now the standard for science commercialization in the U.S. His Hacking for Defense class at Stanford is revolutionizing how the U.S. defense and intelligence community can deploy innovation with speed and urgency, and its sister class, Hacking for Diplomacy, is doing the same for foreign affairs challenges managed by the U.S. State Department.

JD Schramm loves working with entrepreneurs and executives to communicate more effectively. A TED speaker and coach he's worked with a wide range of individuals and teams on their pitches. Since 2007 he's been doing this at Stanford's Graduate School of Business. In 2018 he also accepted a faculty appointment with Columbia where he's leading their new effort to establish a West Coast presence.

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