Updated on February 02
Geoff Ralston is a successful investor and entrepreneur, living in the heart of Silicon Valley. He founded Yahoo Mail, invested in hundreds of companies, and has seen dozens of successful exists. On this episode Kirill Zubovsky and Geoff Ralston discuss the price of entrepreneurship, challenges of modern-day parenting, device addiction, performance drugs, standardized tests and the future of education.
What is the average age of a founder at Y Combinator?
Why are startup founders so often young and single?
Why is it generally easier to start a company when you are younger?
What is a good parenting trick?
What is the greatest challenge to parents and families in our time?
Do adults have temper tantrums ?
What changes have you seen over the last decade of your child growing up?
How do you set your kids for success at an early age?
What is the relationship between stress and IQ?
What are the similarities between having kids and doing startups?
What does every parent need to know about raising children?
Where can I find a baby manual?
How do you prepare kids for success if you do not know what the world is going to look like?
Why did Geoff Ralston start Imagine K12?
What can we do in the next 5 to 10 years to make the biggest impact in education?
How can Ed Tech schools level the playing field for low-income children?
Do you think the United States was more focused on the education in the past than it is now?
What is one thing that parents should know about children?