18 Burst results for "Ravi Kant"

"ravi kant" Discussed on NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

04:44 min | 4 months ago

"ravi kant" Discussed on NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

"In a great city with great people. So just do it. This is the sixty ninth episode of nice work. And i know y'all love the part where i talk about cruel things having to do with the episode number. But i'm going to try something new today. I'm gonna i'm gonna take the book. I'm reading and flip to the page number of the current episode. That sixty nine and read something interesting. We're not interesting whatever's there so today that is this just from being marginally better like running a quarter mile a fraction of a second faster. Some people get paid a lot. More orders of magnitude. More leverage magnifies these differences even more being. The extreme in your art is very important. In the age of leverage that's from a book called the almanac of novell ravi kant whose name probably butchered anyway. that's page sixty nine of the book that i'm currently reading so far ibooks kind of a mixed bag but the gems are very jenny. Okay let's do this. Turn off everything else. Tune out the rest of the world and drop into nice work with taylor. White taylor taylor white. Welcome to the podcast. Glad to have you on here. What is going on man. I'm just happy to be here. We're going to do something different. We're going to just start with the most important thing of all because some people and you know who you are you don't listen to the whole podge has because you know you have other things to do. You have a show coming up. Where's it out and win is it what is you. I'm based in raleigh north carolina and i'm self producing a solo exhibition in a rented downtown. Storefront it's something that i've thought about doing for years and The opportunity presented itself to me this year. And i just thought you know what the hell not. let's do it so where exactly is it. And what are the dates. The date is the date for the opening for those in raleigh or excited enough to travel to raleigh. It's june eleventh. I'm an open it to collectors from five o'clock to seven o'clock and then seven to ten will be basically general. Admission and more information is at taylor. White dot art is that correct taylor dot art and also on posting a lot of updates on instagram. At taylor t. a. y. l. u. r. k. Both of those links are are gonna be wherever you find. Podcast folks okay cool. We got this show out of the way. We'll plug it again. At the end in case you forget but and we do have some folks out in raleigh..

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"ravi kant" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"ravi kant" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"US. he's a chartered accountant public account, and so I think you'll find your path matter which you know educational choices you make or or career choices. Designed Education for me is incredibly hands on like when I think about myself as a reinvention as that includes notions that we're talking about like. I like to shape things I like to shape outcomes I like to build and tear down and build again. Those are all very tangible activities and so physicality in design. It really was was one of the things I love the most and in my design education I took things like art history in. which wasn't you know hands on yes I would you know take Your scores. You know learn how to sketch in and those aspects of of learning. Know. The practice of the craft of of artistic pursuits but that's a big thing that stands out for me and then. Functionality. That that idea that. Creation when you think about it in design terms. Is Art in a way but almost always has some kind of functional impractical dimension to it. And and I love that like when I was in design school I was learning about the Bajo school end in form meets function and. And how beauty was something that truly was not only aesthetic but for And there's a, there's an art, an arch to the practical which I've always loved. While It's funny to hear you talk about sort of finding a path because it was an economics major and you know recently at the request of the recommendation of novel Ravi Kant I was like and I was a C. minus economics student but I read the wealth of nations and then overlaid over my own business and I was like Oh wow, I, actually use these principles almost unconsciously. On. A daily basis. Yeah. I think we undervalue the education of just just life and absorption. There are things that you probably. Overheard a conversation you know your parents having or or even in dynamics when your teen or or beyond and these things leave imprints and those imprints can be profound like not like, Hey, I spent years studying this thing but this idea caught my attention this this stayed with me and I started to attach to other things that seemed important to me and eventually this. alchemy of of inputs and influences. It creates the professional new and what I love that. You said Cerny was that. I don't. Something along the lines of I think my Indian parents would have said you know become a reinvention has become a constantly changing creature but. The what we need to do and and I love that I'm talking to somebody that that feels the same way by what I gather from about your life in career as I do about mine I just you know I love to perfect things and and I'm and I manic about tweaking and. The process that we've defined in my business method Is is a good example but I also love to get onto what's new and next. And and you know if you if you can see it in as sort of catches, your attention you go..

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"ravi kant" Discussed on Love & Dividends

Love & Dividends

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"ravi kant" Discussed on Love & Dividends

"Even before we had this podcast and also van and one of the things she brought you brought up was this is very random, but I really think it needs another shoutout because it was mine money when this week was your own cash checks from Canada Revenue Agency. Yeah, get your money your own. Brought this up and I was like Oh. That's doesn't apply to me. Run up on the pot I was like that's great for our listeners, but like I'm very organized. I've been doing my taxes for years. I use simple tax, which now bought by simple. I am very a type I'm like I'm not the type to have some sort of catch check that's not me, but then I talk curious, popped on, and found from two thousand seven, a check, and looking at Iranian for sixty dollars never cashed just sitting there. CRA wants to get it back to me. It's Philip this form, so you know it's not a ton of money, but that was such a nice money win, and then I'm a big nerd about compounding interest. This whole podcast medal compounding interest up and I put it in those if I had invested this in the stock market, assuming return of eight percent per year over the last thirteen years. It's been sitting there. I would have gained a hundred dollars on it, so I'm feeling like. You. Know frustrated myself that this money was just sitting here. But WANNA share it as a money win with everyone. Log Onto my cra go to. Click on uncast checks is what it's called. It'll just show you immediately. What money you have sitting there possibly from thirteen years ago in some sort of check, you never cashed. Even if you think like me, that would never happen to you and. I think everybody. I've talked to has had something so yeah, get your money from the government. God knows they take enough of it as Yeah Okay some my money win is. kind of random, but also kind of life changing I Noun. This youtube this like four. Our Youtube called how to get rich by this guy named ball, and it was just I started listening to it, and it was just like words of a sage, and the title how to get rich is total. Click Bait. It's like super profound. It's like STOIC philosophy mixed with. Deep insight into the sort of historical moment. We're at where the. Science yet mixed with science so this guy's name Novosel Ravi Kant he is one of the original investors in Angel List Ms Sort of Tech Guy, but he just goes into sort of how to create your leverage, which is basically the place where you have a competitive advantage. And how one hundred years ago the leverage was by owning industrial equipment and having labor, and now it's entirely based on producing things that can be replicated without costs like technology. Which is why pretty much the only people that are making massive amounts of money are people in technology and in media so. I'M GONNA link to it. I've been listening to like twenty minutes a day because there's just so much to unpack and Yeah. I think it's life changing I. Think Some of the comments are like. Wow, this was like I went to work for business school, and this four hours was more useful than like a thousand dollar business degrees, so it's just brilliant, and it's at an abstract enough level that wherever you are like I. Wish I'd listened to it when I was a teenager, but it would be relevant for a seven year old It's brilliant..

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"ravi kant" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"ravi kant" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"I've included ample doses of the ridiculous first of all. If we're serious, all the time will wear out before we get the truly serious stuff done. Second if this book were all stern looks no winks, all productivity, and no grab assing. You'd remember very little. I grew Tony Robbins. WHO's in this book? That information out emotion isn't retained. Look up, von restore effect and primacy and recency effect for more science, but this book has been deliberately constructed to maximize your retention which leads us to. Spirit animals. Yes spirit animals. There wasn't room for photographs in the print edition of this book, but I wanted some sort of illegal. To keep things fun. Seemed like a lost cause, but then after a glass of wine I recalled at one of my guests Alexa so heynen likes to ask potential hires. What's your spirit animal? Eureka so in this audiobook version? You'll hear spirit animals for anyone who had humor me and play along. The best part dozens of people took the question. Berry seriously extended explanations emotional changes of heart, and then diagrams ensued questions pour it in. Would mythological creature be acceptable? Can I be plant instead? Alas I couldn't get a hold of everyone. So these spirit animals are sprinkled throughout the book like Scooby Snacks. In a book, full of practicality, treat these like little rainbows of absurdity. People had fun with it. Non, profile content and Tim ferriss chapters. That's me. In all sections, there are multiple nonprofit pieces by guests, and yours truly these are typically intended to expand upon key principles and tools mentioned by multiple people. Urals websites and social media. I've omitted most y'all's as outdated. Your else that means website address are nothing, but frustrating for everyone for nearly anything mentioned, assume that I've chosen wording that will allow you to find it easily, Google or Amazon. All full podcast episodes can be found at Tim dot blog forward slash podcast, just search the guest's name and the extended audio complete show notes links and resources will pop up like warm toast on a cold morning. Nearly every guest profile I also indicate where you can best interact with them on social media. Your send off the three tools that allow all the rest. SIDDHARTA by Herman. Hess is recommended by many guests. In this book. There is one specific takeaway that Navarro Ravi Kant has reinforced with me. Several Times on our long walks over coffee. The protagonist Siddharta a monk who looks like a beggar, has come to the city and falls in love with a famous courtesan named Kamala. He attempts to court her and she asks. What do you have a well known merchants similarly asks. What can you give that you have learned? His answer is the same in both cases so I've included the latter story here. Siddharta ultimately acquires all that he wants..

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"ravi kant" Discussed on Feedback with EarBuds

Feedback with EarBuds

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"ravi kant" Discussed on Feedback with EarBuds

"This week's theme is your favorite ear. Buds episodes the curator is me Ariel. Here's why I chose this theme we've been sending out this podcast recommendation newsletter for three years now throughout that time we've sent out one hundred fifty six emails one every Sunday Day and we recommended more than seven hundred. Eighty individual podcast episodes. Here are the episodes from within the newsletter that were the most popular among our subscribers measuring this by the links that were clicked. Most here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by me. Monday's episode comes from the Knowledge Project. Worked with Shane Parrish and is called Navarro. Ravi Kant the angel philosopher. It's one hundred twenty minutes long. This episode initially came from our how to improve ourselves list list curated by Jonathan Santiago in this episode Navarro Ravi Kant is the CEO and Co founder of Angel Est.. He's invested in more than one hundred companies including Uber Twitter. Yarmur and many others Tuesday's episode comes from you're wrong about and it's called. Yoko Ono broke up the Beatles. It's forty seven minutes long. This episode initially came from our explore the human psyche theme curated by Kevin Allison in this episode. Mike Tell Sarah about how the myth of meddling wives serves to exonerate. Terrible husbands digression include fifty shades of Grey Marie Antoinette and the end of the nineteen sixties this episode. We're sorry to say contains descriptions of domestic abuse. Wednesday's episode comes from the quote of the day show and is called Brian Doyle. People don't know we appreciate. She ate them unless we show it. It's ten minutes long. This episode initially came from our cultivate and attitude of gratitude. Week curated by Stephen Miller in this episode owed Brian. Doyle makes his debut for Thanksgiving episode. Brian reminds us that we don't need a special day to express our gratitude for the people and things we're thankful for and how important it it is to let the people around us know that we appreciate them Thursday's episode comes from just the beginning and it's called science fiction gets real. It's thirty two minutes. It's long this episode initially came from our object as subject newsletter. curated by Lindsey kilbride in this episode meet creators making work that explores the gap gap between science fiction and reality. Friday's episode comes from love me and is called falling. It's seventeen minutes long. This episode so initially appeared in our happy crying newsletter. curated by Taylor Zabloski in this episode after a whirlwind romance. Brian and Vanessa get married and moved to Kinshasa asa everything is going. Well until she shows up. It's a love triangle between the most unlikely trio plus a mother wrestles with feelings of resentment towards her newborn baby. Maybe those are the podcast recommendations chosen by me for this week's theme. Your favorite ear buds episodes. I encourage you to check out our newsletter archives. This week's playlist is meant to give you a sense of how truly all over the place. We can be with our recommendations. If you're looking to explore theme through podcasts we've got you are themes teams have been seemingly normal at times with names such as best interviews sports cast and politics then. Sometimes things can get a little weird in a good way. We've had themes called L. L. as rebel radio family the wizard world of Harry Potter former celebrity apprentice contestants. Let's talk about sex and so much more. The newsletter format has also changed a bunch throughout the years. Did you know that I used to send it out via g mail. Let's just say it looks a lot more professional now to check out our archive. Go to ear buds podcast. PODCAST COLLECTIVE DOT ORG. You can find these episodes and listen to them as a playlist on Pod chaser just head to pod CHASER DOT COM and type in your favorite ear buds episodes into the search bar. The playlists will be right there for your enjoyment. Join the discussion of this week's theme by using the Hashtag ear buds podcasts. This is usually the section action where we share the podcast news of the week from inside podcasting this week. We're going to direct you to go to inside dot com slash podcasting to read sky. PILLSBURY's right up of the outlier outlier. podcast festival which took place last month. In Salt Lake City she did a great job capturing the spirit of the event and included quotes from many of the attendees. Check it out again. That's inside dot com slash.

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Your Favorite EarBuds Episodes

Feedback with EarBuds

02:45 min | 1 year ago

Your Favorite EarBuds Episodes

"We've been sending out this podcast recommendation newsletter for three years now throughout that time we've sent out one hundred fifty six emails one every Sunday Day and we recommended more than seven hundred. Eighty individual podcast episodes. Here are the episodes from within the newsletter that were the most popular among our subscribers measuring this by the links that were clicked. Most here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by me. Monday's episode comes from the Knowledge Project. Worked with Shane Parrish and is called Navarro. Ravi Kant the angel philosopher. It's one hundred twenty minutes long. This episode initially came from our how to improve ourselves list list curated by Jonathan Santiago in this episode Navarro Ravi Kant is the CEO and Co founder of Angel Est.. He's invested in more than one hundred companies including Uber Twitter. Yarmur and many others Tuesday's episode comes from you're wrong about and it's called. Yoko Ono broke up the Beatles. It's forty seven minutes long. This episode initially came from our explore the human psyche theme curated by Kevin Allison in this episode. Mike Tell Sarah about how the myth of meddling wives serves to exonerate. Terrible husbands digression include fifty shades of Grey Marie Antoinette and the end of the nineteen sixties this episode. We're sorry to say contains descriptions of domestic abuse. Wednesday's episode comes from the quote of the day show and is called Brian Doyle. People don't know we appreciate. She ate them unless we show it. It's ten minutes long. This episode initially came from our cultivate and attitude of gratitude. Week curated by Stephen Miller in this episode owed Brian. Doyle makes his debut for Thanksgiving episode. Brian reminds us that we don't need a special day to express our gratitude for the people and things we're thankful for and how important it it is to let the people around us know that we appreciate them Thursday's episode comes from just the beginning and it's called science fiction gets real. It's thirty two minutes. It's long this episode initially came from our object as subject newsletter. curated by Lindsey kilbride in this episode meet creators making work that explores the gap gap between science fiction and reality. Friday's episode comes from love me and is called falling. It's seventeen minutes long. This episode so initially appeared in our happy crying newsletter. curated by Taylor Zabloski in this episode after a whirlwind romance. Brian and Vanessa get married and moved to Kinshasa asa everything is going. Well until she shows up. It's a love triangle between the most unlikely trio plus a mother wrestles with feelings of resentment towards her newborn baby. Maybe those are the podcast recommendations chosen by me for this week's theme. Your favorite ear buds

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"ravi kant" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

Stansberry Investor Hour

10:55 min | 1 year ago

"ravi kant" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

"Okay it's time for the mailbag this is where you and i get to have a conversation each week it's kind vol- most the heart of the podcast isn't it you and i talking about investing with each other trying to do this thing better than we did yesterday so you right into who feedback at investor our dot com with questions comments and politely worded criticisms and i will read every single one of them i i do that every week and i will respond to as many as i can and i really enjoy this i've i've taken to responding to more of them than than we used to who in the podcast because i really think this is a wonderful exercise for both of us okay the first one is from chad e and chatty says dan love your podcast but as for japan being number one in publishing new titles i lived there for over fifteen years of most of those books in quotes are probably mindless manga i'm not sure what that is mindless manga with very few words comic books he says all the bass chad well chad if you recall i did mention this sort of in passing i said look i'm not saying that all these books that are being published are high quality stuff but if you recall all in the discussion i got some of these ideas that we were throwing around from a guy named novell ravi kant and rob akon said he used to read he's always read adversely but for a while when he was younger was just all kinds of junk you know maybe even comic books but after a while it was more important that the habit of voracious gracious reading had been developed than what he was reading because it was much easier just to transition to better stuff and he still he was a much better reader anyway so i here you and i did acknowledge that at the time and and i and you're right probably right but i don't think it matters as much as you might be suggesting but it's a good question thank you next one is from paul e. he says hi dan i really enjoyed your interview with harris kupperman very interesting testing i was curious as to your thoughts on some of the positions he mentioned like ulta source hub zoo and scorpio tankers i mean do you consider these to be in the value space i just wanted and to hear some of your thoughts on this and overall investing strategy thanks dan loved the podcast paul thanks paul i thought all sorts sounded like a good idea and i said so at the time but you gotta understand that stock is going to go sideways or down until some big event it causes mortgage defaults to start spiking up so it's sort of it's a contracyclical play because harris's barish he's i think he's more bearish than i have almost so there's that's all i don't really know anything about hubs zoo but scorpio tanker so ought to source definitely in the value space scorpio tankers definitely in the value space you know big ocean going ships that carry things like oil and iron ore and coal and all that stuff and the tankers carry oil and and what they call dry bulk tankers carry dry stuff like coal and iron ore scorpio the thesis there was he thought they could do thirty nine dollars a share in cash flow and it was thirty nine bucks a share at the time it sort of traded down since that i think and frankly i was in this trade in extreme value we had two two tanker company to dry bulk companies janko shipping and trading and eagle and the performance has just been crap i mean the the thesis this is solid you know the the the environmental regulations have kicked into gear january first twenty twenty and yet we're not seeing rally in in the companies that are well financed enough to handle this new change in regulation so you know i think it's a good you bet it's definitely in the value space but man it's just not working next one is from RJ i don't really read stuff like this but it's an example of what i'm talking about when i ask people to be polite and it's very short and i wanted to make an example of RJ he says dan ferris recently wrote an essay this was in the daily digest titled there's no accounting for bad taste he related some information about president trump withholding two hundred fourteen million dollars from the ukraine gene the actual amount withheld from the ukraine is three hundred ninety one million dollars i am not an american don't live in your country but if dan this poor with facts and figures i had asked myself what i invest invest information i paid to receive from this guy and then he says there is no accounting or bad taste i'm not sure what that means RJ okay so people who are jerks and saul oh you tend to also be stupid they're wrong and he's wrong the real numbers three hundred and eighty two million dollars but my number of two hundred and fourteen was taken directly from a government accountability office report and that was in the decision section of the report they decided that president president trump had illegally withheld not three hundred and eighty two not three ninety one which is nowhere in any of this but two hundred fourteen and then there were two other mounts after that mentioned in the background section that added up to three hundred eighty two million i think it was one hundred forty one point five and twenty six point five million as i recall you know he's wrong about the amount and he's being a jerk and this is why don't do this right because it's just it you know i sit here and i wind up correcting directing this one guy nobody gets anything out of it so just in case you're wondering and in case you think it's not as much fun you know i know porter like to almost bait these people in that attack the and that can be entertaining but we're trying to become better investors here and i just don't see anything in this and also i wanted to establish that hey hey we do deep research and this stuff is edited by more than one person before it gets published and you know i i'm pretty good at finding original all sources i i think that you know i'm not going out on a limb that i've had a decent run as a guy who who consults a lot of you you know original sources for economic and financial data you know call me a call me a crazy lunatic who's just high on himself for that you know full all of hubris i know what i'm doing anyway moving onto mark s mark says i'm a loyal listener find podcast enormously really helpful and then he made some comments about you know my ninety two year old mother which who's doing a lot better now she had pneumonia broker pelvis and she's fine and we know that's how she got to be ninety two i guess so then he says my polite my politely worded criticism he says i want to turn off the podcast hot cast when you start interjecting your political opinions incredibly your promoted views or equally simplistic and ill-informed as the people who criticize an investment show out to discuss politics through the lens of how political scenarios affect investment decisions not advocating for the host opinions i will leave it at that i'll talk about that in a second he's got one more question you advocate for stop losses which certainly strike me a sensible in the service but then i consider the following scenario which very well could have happened at the end of two thousand eighteen suppose i have twenty percents stops when all my investments and suddenly market downturn results in nearly all the my investment stopping out in close temporal proximity i am suddenly left for tons of cash and no plan as to win to get back into the market the strikes me as another form of market timing do you have advice as to what to do if this occurs i feel like one should have a strategy in advance rather than come up with an ad hoc approach to getting back into the market thank you again marquess so yeah you need a strategy for getting back again like you should have that that should be known before you buy you know there's no simple way of knowing that it's it's specific to each investment so if you have a fundamental thesis let's say that a certain company is going to do well if a certain say you're buying a home builder if the housing industry does you know x y z and if the company's earnings do whatever it is you want want him to do you know then you're going to buy the stock and they do it and you buy and then let's say this thing at the end of two thousand eighteen hits and you hit your stop well okay you decided that before you went in but before you any and also you needed to decide you need to decide a couple things you need to decide side what makes you wrong about the stock period just wrong so that you'll never get back in then you need need to decide what what are you going to do in terms of an event like twenty eighteen that affected all stocks and then that presupposes that you will reenter so you need need to establish some criteria for reentering if in general i would say if you're exiting because all your stops were hit because of an overall market event and that it clearly was the whole market melting down almost twenty percent then i would say you just have to look at the momentum in the overall market you look at the the big you know s and p five hundred t afs and and other big market ETF's an index or just look at the index action when everyone everyone do and establish for yourself well if the market can can get back to hear that i'm back in something like that but you know that's just that's that's just one thought you really you have to figure this out for yourself and i hate to say you have to figure it out for yourself but they're some of the stuff is so personal you just you have i have to do it yourself and in fact doing it yourself cements it more firmly in your consciousness than if somebody tells you somebody tells you're you're shaking you're like oh boy you know he told me what to do and things turned out even differently than i thought and now what do i you know if you're if you're guiding the ship you're going to be much more solid probably going to get much better results even if you're using you know like my research or something as far as the political thing thing goes i hear you you know i'm only human my opinions are going to make it in there but i i hope you'll at least acknowledged that i've really tried to keep them way way in the background i mean i i've really done a lot less political commentary than my predecessors porter and bach so you know at least i got that right the next one is from gary s he says hello dan i'm a big fan.

"ravi kant" Discussed on Feedback with EarBuds

Feedback with EarBuds

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"ravi kant" Discussed on Feedback with EarBuds

"Hey podcast listeners. This week we're talking about how to improve ourselves. Get ready for some podcasts. On self-improvement welcome to feedback with ear. Buds brought to you by ear. Buds podcasts collective. I'm your host in the founder of your Buds Ariel Nissim lab. This episode covers the week of November. Eighteen th through twenty second two thousand nine thousand. This week show is brought to us by pod. -cation an A.. CAST newest show the the score. Bank robber diaries stay tuned for more information on our sponsors later in the show. Your Buds podcast. Collective is listening movement. We send an email every Sunday Sunday that contains a theme and five podcast episodes on that theme and each week's podcast Pixel curated by a different person. Anyone can carry the list get in touch with us by emailing your buds podcast collective and GM DOT COM on this show. I'll share our podcast episode recommendations of the week some information about our curator and some more information. Shen about the episode's chosen you'll also hear some of the week's top podcasts industry stories from inside podcasting newsletter written by Sky Pillsbury I are Arbox podcast collective recommendations. This week's theme is how to improve ourselves offs. The curator is Jonathan Santiago. Here's why Jonathan shows this team. He says hey. My name is Jonathan Santiago when the theme I I chose is self-improvement. I chose the same because we all want to change the world but before we do that it's important to examine what we can improve within ourselves ourselves. I hear the podcast and episodes chosen along with the descriptions provided by pod chaser. Monday's episode comes from the Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish. And it's called Navarro. Ravi Kant the angel philosopher. It's one hundred twenty one minutes long in this episode Shane Parrish Chats with of of all Robbie cont Ravi Kant the CEO and Co founder of Angel Lists. He's invested in more than one hundred companies including Uber Twitter. Yarmur and many others Tuesday's episode comes from the moment with Brian Koppelman and is called Steve Press field. It's sixty one minutes long in this chat. We meet Stephen Press. Westfield who's fighting resistance and finding his bestself Wednesday's episode is from getting better with Ron funches and is called leading man. It's seventy one minutes long. This is the first episode of getting better with Ron funches. Here's the description today. Talk about why. I'm starting a podcast. What you can expect effect from it my first job hop versus good growing up poor having a kid at twenty losing one hundred fifty pounds? What's on my vision? Board Anti effort people we'll what I'm reading and much more Thursday's episode is from the Tim Ferriss show. And it's called Rick Rubin. The seclusive zen master. It's seventy eight eight minutes long. Rick Rubin has been called the most important music producer of the last twenty years by MTV. Rick is also revered as something of zen-master across industries and he is as deep as he is soft spoken. He rarely grants interviews and one condition of doing this. One was the setting his hyper heated barrel sauna at home Friday's episodes from the Jaakko podcast and is called Jaakko. An Echo disciplined ownership. It's eighty six minutes long Jaakko. Oh willing is a decorated retired Navy seal officer author of the book extreme ownership how. US Navy Seals lead and win and the CO founder of Echelon Front where he he is a leadership instructor speaker and executive coach. Those are the podcast recommendations chosen by Jonathan for this week's theme how to improve ourselves. You can view and listen to these episodes as a playlist on pod chaser head to pod Chaser DOT COM and type how to improve ourselves into the search bar and all the episodes. We'll be right therefore you join in on the discussion of this week's theme by using the Hashtag Self-improvement next what's going on in the podcast world. Here's some of the top stories adapted from inside podcasting. As a Friday afternoon November Fifteenth First Story Caroline Spiegel sister of snapchat founder. Evan has launched Quinn in audio radical website which offers up curated content social media style users can participate by sharing their own stories reading erotica or listening to others work. Twenty two year olds. Spiegel says. She hasn't decided on a business model yet. Because quote people are not prepared to pay for porn born and quote want more information on this company and its founder Spiegel was interviewed by Cam and Karen Lee Poder of sex. Talk with my mom. podcast a few months back next. The third season family ghosts begins on December fourth. According to the season trailer the podcast which investigates the true stories behind a mysterious figure who legend has followed a family for generations features long lost fathers long lost brothers descendants of US slaves and more to celebrate the upcoming season. Host I Sam Dingman and his team are producing a live. Show at Caveat in Manhattan on December third next story hyper objects industries Adam. McKay has partnered earned with Adam Davidson and Laura mayor over at three uncanny for productions to create an exclusive joint venture to develop original podcasts McCain. Davidson have partnered partnered on a number of projects in the past including surprisingly awesome. And the more recent Broken Jeffrey Epstein former wolf den producer Harry Nelson rounds out the team as it's resident producer. According to a story in deadline the unnamed enterprise will produce both scripted and unscripted programming. We'll begin releasing content in twenty twenty and the last story of the Day Night Vale is going on a tour that will take them to fifty cities around the globe. It's wonderful to see the world appetite for fiction. podcasts inaction those stories come to us from Sky Pillsbury over at inside podcasting go to inside dot com slash podcasting to sign up for the newsletter. Now our sponsors this feedback with ear buds episode was made possible by a cast and pod. -cation from a cast a podcast recommendation. Listen to the score bank robber. Diaries thirty in just over a year. Joe Loya was one prolific bank robber in the score. Your Bank Robber Diaries Joe reveals all in his own words. His abusive childhood his journey to becoming the most notorious bank robber in southern California and he shot corruption has a TV writer consultant on. Hit movies. Like ant man and baby driver. It's a brand new podcast from studios and western sound and was produced by Ben. 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"ravi kant" Discussed on Feedback with EarBuds

Feedback with EarBuds

06:10 min | 2 years ago

"ravi kant" Discussed on Feedback with EarBuds

"This week's theme is how to improve ourselves offs. The curator is Jonathan Santiago. Here's why Jonathan shows this team. He says hey. My name is Jonathan Santiago when the theme I I chose is self-improvement. I chose the same because we all want to change the world but before we do that it's important to examine what we can improve within ourselves ourselves. I hear the podcast and episodes chosen along with the descriptions provided by pod chaser. Monday's episode comes from the Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish. And it's called Navarro. Ravi Kant the angel philosopher. It's one hundred twenty one minutes long in this episode. Shane Parrish chats with Novosel. Paul Robbie cont Ravi Kant the CEO and Co founder of Angel Lists. He's invested in more than one hundred companies including Uber Twitter. Yarmur and many others Tuesday's episode comes from the moment with Brian Koppelman and is called Steve Press field. It's sixty one minutes long in this chat. We meet Stephen Press. Westfield who's fighting resistance and finding his bestself Wednesday's episode is from getting better with Ron funches and is called leading man. It's seventy one minutes long. This is the first episode of getting better with Ron funches. Here's the description today. Talk about why. I'm starting a podcast. What you can expect effect from it my first job hop versus good growing up poor having a kid at twenty losing one hundred fifty pounds? What's on my vision? Board Anti effort people we'll what I'm reading and much more Thursday's episode is from the Tim Ferriss show. And it's called Rick Rubin. The seclusive zen master. It's seventy eight eight minutes long. Rick Rubin has been called the most important music producer of the last twenty years by MTV. Rick is also revered as something of zen-master across industries and he is as deep as he is soft spoken. He rarely grants interviews and one condition of doing this. One was the setting his hyper heated barrel sauna at home Friday's episodes from the Jaakko podcast and is called Jaakko. An Echo disciplined ownership. It's eighty six minutes long Jaakko. Oh willing is a decorated retired Navy seal officer author of the book extreme ownership how. US Navy Seals lead and win and the CO founder of Echelon Front where he he is a leadership instructor speaker and executive coach. Those are the podcast recommendations chosen by Jonathan for this week's theme how to improve ourselves. You can view and listen to these episodes as a playlist on pod chaser head to pod Chaser DOT COM and type how to improve ourselves into the search bar and all the episodes. We'll be right therefore you join in on the discussion of this week's theme by using the Hashtag Self-improvement next what's going on in the podcast world. Here's some of the top stories adapted from inside podcasting. As a Friday afternoon November Fifteenth First Story Caroline Spiegel sister of snapchat founder. Evan has launched Quinn in audio radical website which offers up curated content social media style users can participate by sharing their own stories reading erotica or listening to others work. Twenty two year olds. Spiegel says. She hasn't decided on a business model yet. Because quote people are not prepared to pay for porn born and quote want more information on this company and its founder Spiegel was interviewed by Cam and Karen Lee Poder of sex. Talk with my mom. podcast a few months back next. The third season family ghosts begins on December fourth. According to the season trailer the podcast which investigates the true stories behind a mysterious figure who legend has followed a family for generations features long lost fathers long lost brothers descendants of US slaves and more to celebrate the upcoming season. Host I Sam Dingman and his team are producing a live. Show at Caveat in Manhattan on December third next story hyper objects industries Adam. McKay has partnered earned with Adam Davidson and Laura mayor over at three uncanny for productions to create an exclusive joint venture to develop original podcasts McCain. Davidson have partnered partnered on a number of projects in the past including surprisingly awesome. And the more recent Broken Jeffrey Epstein former wolf den producer Harry Nelson rounds out the team as it's resident producer. According to a story in deadline the unnamed enterprise will produce both scripted and unscripted programming. We'll begin releasing content in twenty twenty and the last story of the Day Night Vale is going on a tour that will take them to fifty cities around the globe. It's wonderful to see the world appetite for fiction. podcasts inaction those stories come to us from Sky Pillsbury over at inside podcasting go to inside dot com slash podcasting to sign up for the newsletter. Now our sponsors this feedback with ear buds episode was made possible by a cast and pod. -cation from a cast a podcast recommendation. Listen to the score bank robber. Diaries thirty in just over a year. Joe Loya was one prolific bank robber in the score. Your Bank Robber Diaries Joe reveals all in his own words. His abusive childhood his journey to becoming the most notorious bank robber in southern California and he shot corruption has a TV writer consultant on. Hit movies. Like ant man and baby driver. It's a brand new podcast from studios and western sound and was produced by Ben. Then a dare from shows like Dr Death. Young Charlie and sterling affairs subscribe now on a cast or wherever you listen to. PODCASTS and applications are open in for podcast calling podcast creators of every background and experience level applies to podcast. podcast creation. 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"ravi kant" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"ravi kant" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"A combo of intro slash this I got two more points on family this is first from a no ball the vault Ravi Kant big tech guy it's becoming I'm becoming a bit of a guru for better or worse I disagree with most of everything he says but he was on Tim Ferriss is podcast and they're talking about loneliness today and and really about family well hello this is what rock not but also is it in India where he grew up there's this concept of the extended family where you live with your tried at all times so when we were young at our grandmothers place with my aunts my uncles my cousins my grandparents everyone is there it was a warm night so we went out to the backyard and put all these comforters in these little cots out and everyone would sleep in this giant pile with fifteen people underneath the stars is amazing so there's two things that were great about it the noise level didn't bother you if someone's foot was in your face it didn't bother you this one's family in your young at all his works and you feel very safe I'm very happy that goes back to the food that we are talking about the first segment of this hour do you feel safe when your parents feed you another thing is that it reinforces our board the tribe is modern society gives us incredible flexibility and that we can get away from our crazy family members we're not destined to die where we are born or do what our parents did so we have a credible freedom quick time out member can service understand everything that's right off everything is a trade off S. is don't they think they're in a better drive to utopia and they don't the brain doesn't the rain doesn't it additionally think trade off at a conservative mindset does so we have a credible freedom but coming with it is this tremendous loneliness that we're trying to cover up either through drugs alcohol partying even trying to fund a mission like putting people on Mars but the reality is that a lot of that loneliness comes from being disconnected from growing up in your tribal environment so it's a poor that as you grow older to figure out how to build your tribe is always around you it's always around you there's an abject loneliness that all of us I can feel that comes with being disconnected from our roots and our roots are very tribal stillness is key almost done with Ryan holiday books on this is key it's excellent classic right holiday this is like all those other books just the way it's written just really clear concise it's really good one of the chapters I've just finished is where.

"ravi kant" Discussed on OFF RCRD

OFF RCRD

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"ravi kant" Discussed on OFF RCRD

"Believe in change and I believe in change change change and if you don't change you're going to get rolling over welcome to a brand new episode of off record who we interview high-achieving people from Ashton Kutcher to co founder of netflix about their secrets to success before we get started. I wanted to share with you a new project. I'm working on called. I taxed but first a story. When I was nineteen years old studying computer science at University of Illinois I was working on his side project. I decided to tweet one day about that side project and ended up getting help funding Mentorship from a serial entrepreneur investor Keefer boy. If it weren't for that tweet I would be in a much different place now. I would like to return the favor but this time over tax message. If you are ambitious technical and tinkering text me six five zero five zero five nine nine eight four text me what you are working on and why and or what a non traditional things you were doing growing up every month we will take ten people and injured them to incredible mentors from the likes of Marc Randolph. The founder of net flicks Sean Rad founder of tender of all Ravi Kant the founder of Angel's Crest Kevin Hart's founder of Event Bright Steve Huffman the founder of Rabbit Lucy blow the founder of scale. Ai Beth Turner whose investor at S v Angel Jao Kareem the founder of Youtube Max Kodak who co-founded Neuro Link with Elon Musk and many more to learn more go to first tax DOT COM or tax may six five zero five zero five nine nine nine eight four this week I speak to tillman for Tita a self made billionaire owner of the Houston Rockets Chairman of Landry's a hospitality and entertainment payment inspire encompassing over six hundred restaurants various casinos and even amusement parks tillman brand new book out called shut up and listen in this this week's episode we talked about his upbringing where he got his earliest business lessons what it feels like to be on the Forbes four hundred list of richest people on the planet and the importance ordinance of adapting to new technological cycles and business..

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"ravi kant" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"ravi kant" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"I'm so then a couple of weeks ago. I you guys hear me talk about Navarre Ravi Kant from Angeles all the time, but a couple of weeks ago, he tweeted something that really got me thinking he said the distant future is small free cities with drone armies and skill based immigration policies surrounded by a sea of failed, socialist states, and he. He's been talking about the drone thing. He's I mean as a as a venture capitalist very successful. And he's right on the cutting edge of all these technology. So he's been talking about on drones as being the future of the military because affective drones completely eliminate the the efficacy of of aircraft. I'm so and he later in the in the thread someone who's talking to him. And he said he described it as he said imagine Israel with with robot. Armies, kind of is what he's what he's envisioning and what's happening right now both in the United States, and then globally is you have these strong concerted efforts to try to consolidate everybody under the same umbrella. And I'm people call it globalism, and before nationalism was was an expansive ideology because nationalism was response to individualism. But now nationalism is a whatever the it would be a contracting on ideology trying to track people versus globalism, which is trying to pull people out under. This huge umbrella that that runs against the nature of human beings. Human beings are naturally driven by a desire for their own freedom. That's a fundamental part of being human so trying to force everybody into the same mold to one's own end. Eventually is going to blow up because people just aren't going to cooperate with that. So then it's a question of whether it's going to blow up peacefully as and people are like forget you I'm leaving. Or is it going to blow up catastrophically like we're all going to invite an attack each other? So that's the downside. Is that ever is? Just it blows up in everyone starts tacking Toda's that we're we're going now..

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"ravi kant" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

05:27 min | 3 years ago

"ravi kant" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

"If they can train you to do it. Eventually they'll trying to compute it to do it. My name's Trent Monday and today on episode thirty six the inside the spa business show. We're gonna take a look into the world of the future a world main clued a robot spot before we get started a few housekeeping notes as always will push the show notes over at Trent Monday dot com. You'll find any useful links and resources over there that I think may be appropriate for you. We'll also share the episode across the social networks linked in being the major sharing space for us. If you like that's why we tend to have the most conversations around each of the topics. So if you wanna head on over to link dean joining the conversation, you can follow me there and my handle is Trent Monday, thanks to our friends over at spa. Sounds being music sponsor for the show spa. Sounds with an s dot com. Dada. You for all your spa music needs everything from a single digital download to a fully customized music solution. For your spa. So hit on over the spa. Sounds dot com. Dada. You have a chat Domincan collie Simmons. Let them know transcend you and I'm sure I'll take extra super duper special. Good care of you once again, thanks for this aboard. I'd also like to hear if you're enjoying the daily show the Trent three sixty five show, which you can subscribe to on I tunes, the Google play store or a few of the other places that you're getting your podcast, if you haven't checked out the show head on over and subscribe, and let me know what you think you can drop me a note to me at Trent Monday dot com with any comments about either the shows, or in fact, any comments about anything if you've got anything you'd like to say perhaps in a future episode. You can let me know there as well me at Trent Monday dot com. So with all that said, let's get right on with the show. The quite you heard in the intro if they can train you to do it. Then eventually they were trying to computer to do it came from guy code Novosel, Ravi Kant. Now, if you're not familiar with the tech space, you may not have heard of novel. But he's a very successful angel investor after foaming exiting is company invested in Twitter, and Uber and Yemen. A whole bunch of other companies, and so I guess from tech guy is not a surprising comment. But if you really think about it, it's kind of hard to dismiss what he's saying what many industries a thinking and talking about a world in which robots replace humans in the workforce. As just one example self-driving cars have the potential to displace a huge number of people globally from the current Jove's taxi drivers bus drivers long haul. Truckers, all of these jobs. All my. I certainly will disappear in the not too distant future. But it doesn't stop there. Self driving vehicles in theory, one crash. So why would we need car accident insurance? You can say goodbye to all of those jobs to now what about traffic lots? They're really just for us. Humans robots warn named them. The computer GPS that will tell them where to go. So the folks who might traffic lights better stop thinking about a new job in the future as well. Same with the street signs. That warn us have speed limits. Shop Benz and slippery roads. None of these really will be needed any longer all of these jobs will be gone just because someone invented a robot that could drive a car. Bitta the weekend, but whenever I talk to people inspire land. They just not worried robots coun- replace us with selling human touch. There's no substitute for good. Massage therapists. Maybe, but it's probably not a bad idea and probably not a really bad time. Even in many ways to ask ourselves a question. Maybe look at this dispassionately, first of all let's think about what would really selling and more importantly, let's really think about what our customers a buying to my mind spas, dunk, necessarily sell human touch. They really sell how you feel as a result of that human, touch, it may be a subtle difference. But I think it's an important one for most clients what they're buying is the tension relief. Todd muscles all the stress relief taking time out to clean them on in the case of facial treatment. For example, the client is buying what the product will the treatment does for the skin. So are we really being a bit naive? If we believe that they weren't someday in the not too distant future. Remember the robot? That could give us that as well. As a human can just take a look at the Massa's is that are on sale everywhere in Asia on any given weekend in shopping mall near you, again, mainly in Asia, you find the special promotion happening Fhimah sausages companies like opium or gawa- or tell then make a lot of money convincing people that these chairs at just like having your own personal message therapist

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"ravi kant" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"ravi kant" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"To allocate or at least help you see where I decided to make those investments and why I did those investments. Okay. So it's the one year anniversary of me making ten million dollars. He actually little bit more than that, but I still own just full disclosure. I still own a minority stake in that company. I still in twenty percent, and the goal is for that company to grow and a for us to exit and have another eight figure payday for me, which would be pretty great, and I'm gonna be sharing on an upcoming episode exactly what that structure looks like. What the private equity model looks like the is it something that I am going to be pursuing over the next couple of years? And the idea of buying businesses and investing in businesses is the next stage of my career. So I'm going to open up and a little bit about where I'm going with that in what I've learned from the sale of a business, the purchase of a couple of businesses and what that ecu-. Model looks like because I've started to advise some private equity groups and their model is something that I had never seen before, and I was not aware of how they approach business. The word private equity would was always kind of mysterious to me, but now that I get it, it's not all that complicated in. It's actually really exciting. The skews me. That's a topic for another day. I get excited and choked up when I talk about private equity in investing. Let me go into how I invested the capital that I did receive when I exited the business. All right. So I have a mentor of friend, a colleague, a backroom advisor. His aim is Kamal, Ravi Kant, and Kamal is one of the top advisors in Silicon Valley. His brother is all Ravikant who has been on the Tim Ferriss podcast. A few times he is the founder of angel list. So the Ravi Kant family is very well connected in the entrepreneurial space. And Kamal gave me some advice when we're on a one of the bridges and Austin Texas a walking from my apartment to true foods, kitchen and Kamal said to me, we were talking about investing the money because he runs some funds in the crypto space. He runs funds in Silicon Valley, and I said, ake Kamal. If you were me and you're about to get a big fat old paycheck and you didn't wanna have ever have to work for anybody else ever again, where would you invest the money in? He said, you know what I would do with the money, Ryan. I would advise you to do absolutely nothing for at least six months. Hold onto the money, let it sit in the Bank account because you will be in a hurry to get rid of that money. And one of my best friends here in Austin and one of my business partners, Clement won- said something very similar. He calls it the bladder rule of finance, the more that exists in the bladder, the more pressure there is to piss it all away and I almost heeded their advice. I have invested a little bit less than half the money that I have received. I and I've held about half of it in cash up into this point. So I have heated. Both of their advice to do nothing for the first six months. But the reason why I decided to deploy some of the capitol right away within the first six months was because I wanted to reduce the amount of taxes that I would pay as much as possible. And there are investments that allow you to keep more of that money when you invest in those asset classes. So the first two things that I did was I looked at what could I invest in that will allow me to keep more of my money and my goal for this, you know, few million dollars that I received and I knew I would pay probably, you know, at least a million dollars in taxes, and I wanted to reduce that as much as possible. But with the money that I had from this exit, how could I set it up so that I would have guaranteed cash flow for the rest of my life so that I never have to work again if I don't want to. And I'm free to make business decisions. Purely out of desire and want an never have to think about money again or do anything for money ever again..

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"ravi kant" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"ravi kant" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Doing apps for smart watches. You know, these are all definitely technology companies, but you know, always happy to to chat, you know, hope hopefully I get more than I than I than I asked for, but I'll make my best effort to talk to anyone and help wherever I can. You know, as I mentioned, I'm sort of in a phase right now where after it might top priority that I that I've been, you know, decade plus really focusing on my own venture. And now I really think there's an opportunity that I can take some of those learnings and help other people and help them be there's so that is the thing that I that I really focused on right now. So always happy. Do a quick chat, whether it makes sense the, you know, do a full on, you know, engagement over the course of months or quarters. They know that the whole different story, but you know. Rarely hurt just had a quick chat and help whatever out of what from your perspective obviously been around, you mentioned of all Ravi Kant. You've been around some really, really smart people. Some really successful people. What has been the biggest and most game changing advice that you've ever received up to this point, and how has that impacted your life? Yeah. I mean, there's there's so much so much stuff along the way. You know. I think one one one. One thing that that I in around it was twenty twelve or twenty thirteen. As we talk about, we had threatened turned a corner and we were growing really rapidly, and we hired guy by the name of Thrush Khanna who who had built a lot of the sales organization, Google, they'll build our sales organization. And you know, at that point we were starting to, we were about, you know, maybe maybe I forget the exact number, but we really started to add at hun of people. And for a lot of, you know, on the founding team, we, we were now becoming a larger company than any company we'd never worked at. And so some of this was new territory for us and I, it's not it's a, he said it and many others have as well, but just the statement that is all about the people at this point and the skill set. That you need as you know, as a co, founder as an entrepreneur, as a leader really needs to shift from what you do your self on a day-to-day basis to whether it be, you know, if you're technical person to code that you right, or you know if you're a marketer, the copy that you right or the materials that you create and it becomes much more about how you build and enable that team around you. And I, it's a statement that you hear pretty often, but until I like spirited firsthand, I didn't fully appreciate how true it'd that. It really becomes really is no longer about you, and it really is all about the people that you hire and what you do to help them succeed. Because no longer does doesn't matter necessarily what you do on a day-to-day basis with respect to, you know, like I said, tactical execution, it's really all. About how you build and support the team around you because that's how you you. You create sort of a lever and a multiplier that allows you to continue to grow because there's only so much any one person can do in a day or week or a month. So it's really all about how do you in naval and they'll they'll team and and that that that although you hear it and it's written in every book, just experiencing it firsthand. And then how you then change your behavior around your hiring and how you think about hiring and how you think about your team. It really just informed a lot of that you you come across a guy who's well read, and you know, one of my favorite authors was David, Jay Schwartz. He wrote the magic of thinking big and he wants wrote, the mind is what the mind is fed..

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"ravi kant" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"ravi kant" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Podcast i would recommend for all of our listeners to listen to at least once because david j shorts the best selling author the magic of thinking big writes your mind is what the mind is fentor here are three podcasts that i can recommend four listeners to listen to at least once each one of them i have a disclaimer for okay so we'll go with podcast number one the four hour workweek with tim ferriss sounds i can say i disagree with thirty five to fifty five percent of what he says he is a guy who has never been married he talks about the reason why he doesn't get married is because he believes it's typically it's not probable to have a successful marriage he endorses the using hallucinogenic drugs as a way to free up your mind but when he's not doing that he interviews radio that was an awesome podcast who's one of the top venture capitals of all time he interviews jurvetson top venture capitalists interviews everybody from jim watson negga glenn beck versus tim ferriss is a powerful because glenn beck is totally right of center libertarian and tim ferriss has left of center and they have glenn beck versus tim ferriss a great interview neither one of them loses their mind it's great so i'd encourage you to start with listening to glenn beck versus tim ferriss that's a that's a top three for me the one the one the one with navarro ravi kant is really good as well if your topic here about it we're going to put it on the show notes so just go i encourage you to look it up navarro ravikant he explains to you why although he helped create social media he encourages everyone not to use it yeah i mean it's the same reason the guys who created cigarettes don't smoke right i mean again if we talked on previous shows but it wasn't like when philip morris and was being held accountable and in congress and they were being asked about did you know that these cigarettes caused cancer the people they were interviewing were like i had no idea at all i smoked every single day of my life it's never affected me no none of these guys smoke yep if they sell cigarettes it's not like the guys who owned casinos are addicted to gamble right right jay z talks about this a lot but if you're selling drugs don't use drugs yes get high off your own supply right so that's tim ferriss is a great podcast to listen to sean you had a hot take yeah no i was just gonna mention again most people think of iphones they think of steve jobs i've heard you talk about this on many different the man didn't even allow people to have cell phones in the room with them and invented them yes steve jobs is all about focus maniacal focus and he was annoyed with distractions but yet he created the iphone because he knows what people want people want distractions they want to be notified they wanna feel like oh man you someone just liked your post someone i mean here's the deal feel good for thrive we do social media posts way to grow the business but my my this is my ultimate loop i would hope our listeners hope hct listeners finest on social media and then never use it again because i do you you made a post on social media only one person like i don't care perfect post to be one that no one likes because they've all converted to not using things that waste their time now masters of scale by reid hoffman this podcast is focused on teaching you how to grow your business from zero dollars in revenue to millions.

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"ravi kant" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"ravi kant" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

"If you create intersections you're going to have collisions and welcome to episode fifty four of the inside the spa business show my name is trent monday and i will be the host as you would know if you have been paying close attention now if you have not been paying close attention will we'll now now you you're not not in today's show we're going to talk about death but don't worry no one's actually died we're talking about the death of enroute marketing and buy in room we're talking about of course in a hotel room and by the way that little court you heard at the start of the show was from a guy cold navarro ravi kant who is a bit of a take girl he's the guy that started angel list he's done quarter few things in the tech space and i saw that quote on twitter this week and it kinda struck me as a great metaphor certainly a great metaphor for business and i think also pretty good metaphor for life if you're gonna create into sections where people and ideas and opinions ago to cross then there's going to be some collection right there is going to be a collision is going to be a clash potentially but i think it's in those into sections that we create something powerful if we can get through it so we need to find a way to navigate those into sections navigate those clashes will cummings together because in doing that we are think create a much better product on the other side so next time you have a bit of a collision may a clash of coaches or pinions nine focus on the collision itself think about the fact that the reason you're having this collision is because you designed that way the focus on the intersection itself focus on the outcome of the dissection rather than the collision just the one piece of housekeeping this week and that's to talk about the sharks sharon i suppose at over at trent monday dot com that's where you'll find useful links and resources that i think might be appropriate they'll be linked data subscribe to the show also and if you wanna subscribe that'll make me feel good and while you they also leave a comment rating or a review that would also make me feel pretty good if you felt so inclined and you can also contact me directly via that website.

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"ravi kant" Discussed on Unchained

Unchained

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"ravi kant" Discussed on Unchained

"Okay well i also wanted to ask because yeah so on the crypto trading side we affirm actually learned valuable lesson which was that the traders definitely do better job treating and that being on the inside of ecosystem is actually not even that helpful so we definitely bucket things into crypto blockchain vc we have different people in the firm focusing on the different areas for example the beginning when we started investing in crypto on we had competing funds to see who would do better i had my little fund and the treaters had their fund and i thought this is going to be such i'm always gonna perform them because i'm in the center of ecosystem on all of these telegram chats have advisers joseph poon and you know charlie noise and divall ravi kant and you know they're constantly giving me the updates and i have to say the market like i kept trading on the information and more often than not the market just went the other way i know we had like around the bitcoin fort for example and things like that and might traders actually foreign away like performing so it's funny like in some ways some asset classes in the area or actually more you know follow more of a traditional like technical trading framework with some obviously fundamental information but it's not necessarily such an advantage to be like inside the value creation on the other end of the spectrum like the early stage seed stuff it's definitely hopeful to be talking to the insiders and seeing what's already been done whereas they're still white space how's it technology advancing.

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