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Naval Ravikant is an entrepreneur, angel investor, philosopher and bibliophile. He's a modern philosopher with timeless wisdom, and in this episode he explains how to live a full happy life, free of distractions and worries.

Updated on May 21

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Before you start a blog, podcast, or YouTube channel, ask yourself: Why do I want to put myself out there? Why do I want to create content for other people to consume? Can I make a commitment to create and publish content? Doubts and fears that come with creating content can stop you in your tracks. Do you believe that your content is important and worthy of an audience? Are you afraid that people who like, respect, and know you will think your posts are dumb and boring? If you’re thinking about creating and producing content online, this podcast is the best advice you can get.

Updated on August 03

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Here are some other questions we discuss: What did socrates say about the unexamined life? What would it mean to have free will? Is there a specialization in studying interdisciplinary studies? What does the university of the internet look like? What...

Updated on May 09

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Garry Tan (@garrytan) is a designer and engineer turned early stage investor as a Managing Partner and co-founder at Initialized Capital. In 2019, Tan was listed at #21 on the Forbes Midas List having invested in Instacart, Coinbase, Flexport, Plangrid, Hellosign and many others. Prior to founding Initialized, Garry was a partner at Y Combinator for nearly five years where he advised and funded over 600 companies and more than a thousand founders. With all of that, Garry is incredibly talented and insightful, humble, thoughtful and empathetic.

In this episode, Garry talks about building the world he want to live in, how refugee ancestors has influenced his worldview, navigating the idea maze as a founder, his $200M mistake and how parenthood has changed his life.

Updated on April 17

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Matthew Walker is Professor of Neuroscience and Psychology at the University of California, Berkeley, and Founder and Director of the Center for Human Sleep Science.

Updated on April 07

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Jeff Morris Jr. (@jmj) is a full time angel investor and the founder of Chapter One. This is a conversation about the impact this global coronavirus pandemic is having on millions of lives, and the challenges and opportunities of post-pandemic future.

Updated on July 05

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Om Malik and Bijan Sabet discuss the impact of the Coronavirus on humanity, the economics impact, massive layoffs, the fear of a deep recession and how to get through all of it without losing your mind.

Updated on April 21

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What is happiness and how do you get it exactly? Why are some people so buy chasing it, but cannot seem to ever get it. Can you be content and happy?

Naval Ravikant is an entrepreneur and investor, the CEO and founder of AngelList, and also a world renowned mindfulness guru. He explains.

Updated on March 06

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If someone offered you a Billion dollars, would you take it? This is the story behind founding of Instagram, how they met, what it took to finally launch the product to the world, and why they decided to sell, while having all the intentions to remain an independent company.

Updated on March 03

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